Aotearoa Ethnic Network Journal. Vol 1, Iss 2

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The AEN Journal provides intelligent and critical discussion on issues facing ethnic communities in New Zealand. It features articles by key thinkers in the ethnic sector in New Zealand and overseas. This second issue focusses on creativity, identity and ethnicity. National identity is one of three policy goals set by the Government and something that is being taken seriously. This issue is suffused with contributions from writers, poets, artists, creative organisations, museum folk, film, documentary makers and more who are committed to ensuring that the experiences of all who live here are reflected in our broader cultural spaces. Creativity not only builds bridges and creates understanding within and between people, it also provides, as Julie Roberts says, “a space within which the dissenting voice, the subversive position, and the critique of the dominant paradigm can be challenged”.
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Volume 1, Issue 2 (November 2006)
Wairua Consulting Limited
October 1, 2011
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