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  1. ETHNIC DIVERSITY

  2. Immigration has resulted in significant changes in the ethnic composition of New Zealand’s population – particularly since the 1970s. As a result, today our way of life in New Zealand is “a blend of many different cultures”. “Ethnic diversity leads to cultural enrichment.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

  3. Percentage Ethnic Group Ethnic Groups – Percentage of the Population 1991 and 2001 Source: Statistics New Zealand

  4. Percentage Increase New Zealand: Main Ethnic Groups Percentage Population Increase 1991 - 2001

  5. Their numbers increased by nearly 50% between 2001 and 2006! Ethnic Composition of the Population 2006 In 2006 22% of the population was born overseas.

  6. What do these population pyramids suggest will happen to the composition of New Zealand’s population in the future? Age Structure of Main Ethnic Groups in New Zealand 2006

  7. What trends does this graph reveal?

  8. By 2030 it is expected that the Asian population of New Zealand will exceed the Maori population. New Zealand Residents of Asian Ethnicity 2006 In 2006 20 per cent of people of Asian ethnicity in New Zealand had been born in New Zealand.

  9. Approximately 70% of Pacific Islanders living in New Zealand live in the Auckland region. 2006 Auckland is the most ethnically diverse region in New Zealand: 56% European 19% Asian 14% Pacific 11% Maori Only 7% of Southlanders were born overseas – compared with 37% of people living in the Auckland region.

  10. Asian Ethnic Groups in Christchurch 1986 - 1991 - 1996