ELPNZ | Working with Migrants and Refugees

National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week 18-24 June. We wish to thank the thousands of Kiwi volunteers who live, laugh and share with our newer Kiwis.

Sandra's great achievement

As they settled in New Zealand, one of the first destinations the Clavijo family headed to was their local library. 

World Refugee Day

English Language Partners is proud to share writings from former-refugee learners, now safe and supported here in New Zealand.

Syrian refugees visit Kiwi slice of heaven

Wonderful news coverage about ELP learners and their sheep farm trip

Autumn 2017 Quiz

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From refugees to future home owners

After fleeing Burma, the San family are now on the journey towards NZ home ownership.

Learning outside your comfort zone

I am really enjoying the ESOL home tutor training course run by English Language Partners in Palmerston North. One particular session in the afternoon of the first day has stayed with me.

Race Relations Day celebrations and speech

Our Northland centre and Multicultural Whangarei marked Race Relations Day, with a special event and a special speech.

Race Relations Day - 21st March

We are proud of how ethnically and culturally diverse we are here in Aotearoa. Every March 21st, English Language Partners New Zealand promotes Race Relations Day, an important day in the calendar to champion the struggle to eliminate racial discrimination.

The theme for Race Relations Day 2017 is: "That's Us: What do we stand for? What do we stand against?"


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