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Keynote speakers include: Emily Beausoleil, Anjum Rahman, Shanthi Robertson, Rachel Simon-Kumar, and Melinda Webber 
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GET IN QUICK - registrations fill up very fast and we are limited to 200 places. Registration will be offered as a first in - first served basis. To ensure that as many people as possible have the opportunity to attend this event, please book only if you are certain that you can attend. You have the option of registering for one or both days. We look forward to seeing you in November 2019.
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Diversities of Migration: Racism, Difference and Inequalities
 19th- 20th November 2019
Massey University – Albany Campus, Auckland
The Pathways conference was established in the 1990s as an annual event for research and policy communities to discuss current issues relating to immigration and diversity. It is an opportunity to discuss new research findings and current and emerging policy issues for increasingly diverse communities. Presentations from eminent international and local speakers contribute to these conversations.
The 2019 Pathways conference builds on and extends this legacy by addressing the growing Diversities of Migration in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Recent migration trends are characterised by an increasing diversity of nationality, migrant status, occupation, region, gender, sexuality and identity. This demands a renewed emphasis on understanding the drivers and implications of different patterns of migration and settlement within Aotearoa/New Zealand’s bi-cultural context.
Diversities of Migration confronts the fact of social and cultural difference as an ordinary part of society, alongside a need to prioritise treaty-based approaches to diversity and inclusion, problematise growing inequality and consider regional social and economic differences. Through this focus on the Diversities of Migration, Pathways 2019 will provide a platform to present the latest insights from research on these matters. Presenters will explicitly address the contexts and ways in which diversity matters in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Racism and Settler Colonialism / Listening as Ethical Practice / The 'Diversity' Frame / Differences and Inequalities
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