The African Union Handbook 2014 is a comprehensive guide to the AU system and how it works. The handbook summarises all AU organisations and provides essential information about their aims, structures, and membership. This handbook is published by the African Union in partnership with the New Zealand Government.
AU and NZ partner to publish first AU Handbook . Media release from Hon Murray McCully.
Annual Report of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade for the Year Ended 30 June 2013 - Presented to the House of Representatives pursuant to section 44(1) of the Public Finance Act 1989
This Statement of Intent for 2014 to 2018 sets out the top priorities for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to help the Government achieve its overarching goal.
This brief has been released under the Official Information Act following the NZ General Election in November 2008.
White Paper on New Zealand’s relations with Asia (2007)
Information and current events from our Consulate-General in Hong Kong
News and information of interest to the New Zealand community in Japan
A regular information and current events publication from our Embassy in Seoul
Business information from the New Zealand Commerce and Industry Office in Taipei
SoloBis - a bi-monthly round-up of Solomon Islands business and economic developments.
A quarterly newsletter to bring to you regular news on New Zealand's increasing engagement with southern Africa.
The United Nations Handbook is a comprehensive guide to the UN system and how it works. The handbook summarises all UN organisations and provides essential information about their aims, structures, and membership. It is available in hardcopy, as a PDF and now an app.
A clear and informative reference guide to the international human rights framework, the New Zealand Handbook on International Human Rights is available from:
Communications Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Private Bag 18-901, Wellington, New Zealand Ph: +64 4 439 8000 Fax: +64 4 439 8855 E-mail: email@example.com.
New Zealand is proud to be part of the Pacific Islands Forum and to support our developing Pacific neighbours in converting potential to prosperity.
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