New-look website embraces social media
Hon Judith Collins
20 November 2012
embraces social media
Ethnic Affairs Minister
Judith Collins has congratulated the Office of Ethnic
Affairs (OEA) team for its innovative new website at www.ethnicaffairs.govt.nz.
website is an excellent example of how agencies can harness
new technologies and social media to educate, inform and
connect ethnic Kiwis,” Ms Collins says.
The OEA website
builds on the foundations of the previous site and offers
visitors an enriched social-media experience. The front page
displays OEA’s latest Youtube video, Flickr photos and the
most recent updates from the OEA Facebook page.
says users will find it easier to navigate information, keep
up-to-date with cultural events and connect with members of
their ethnic communities living in New Zealand.
making the most of the opportunities that new technologies
offer, the Office of Ethnic Affairs is expanding its reach,
doing more with less and ensuring better public
Ms Collins will also contribute a monthly
blog entry to the website.
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