Ali is a 2023 national finalist for the Kiwibank New Zealand Local Hero of the Year Te Pou Toko o te Tau. He is a referee for New Zealand football and is committed to empowering refugee youth…
The 2022 National Multiethnic Young Leaders Summit: Shaping Our Collective Future took place at ASB on Saturday, the 29th of November.
Speaker and Networking Event with Hon Priyanca Radhakrishnan, Minister for Diversity, Inclusion and Ethnic Communities, and Youth
The final Speaker and Networking event for 2022 took place on Thursday 13th of October at KPMG Auckland with the Hon Priyanca Radhakrishnan.
Interview with esteemed New Zealand-Sri Lankan portrait photographer and writer Abhi Chinniah on her new exhibition, Melanin Rising
“When you live in a world where being light and fair is celebrated, what happens to those of us who have “too much” melanin?”
As the Matariki cluster of stars reappears to mark the Māori new year this week, we join those across the mōtu to reflect on the past year, celebrate the present and plan for the year ahead.
Speaker and Networking Event with Tiana Epati, Barrister and Former President of the New Zealand Law Society
The third SNS event with Barrister and Former President of the New Zealand Law Society, Tiana Epati, took place on Thursday 9th of June.
Vaiola has represented New Zealand at the UN Commission on the Status of Women. She was a 2021 YWCA Y25 wāhine toa and the first UN Youth NZ Regional President of Pacific descent.
Press Release | 10 May 2022
Multiethnic Young Leaders recently hosted two soft launches, one in Auckland and the other in Wellington, for the Rangatahi Leadership Opportunities Database (RLOD).
Her Excellency, The Rt Hon Dame Cindy Kiro, Governor-General of New Zealand hosts the Official Launch of Multiethnic Young Leaders NZ at Government House
The Official Launch of Multiethnic Young Leaders NZ took place at Government House (Auckland) on the evening of Thursday 24th of March.