IIulia Leilua is an award-winning journalist who has gathered stories and insights in nearly every tribal area of Aotearoa and ethnic Pacific community in NZ and the Pacific region. From radio news to investigative TV reporting, she has mastered the art of storytelling and understands what resonates with Māori and Pacific audiences across a range of personas.
Iulia Leilua also has a network of story tellers, camera and sound operators, researchers and interviewers, transcribers and translators in New Zealand and the Pacific region who assist her in producing compelling stories about social change and social impact.s.
A Pacific cultural communications audit can help assess your organisation’s engagement with Pacific peoples. It can also help you drill Pacific audiences down into smaller segments such as women, men, NZ born, island born, youth, senior citizens, language speakers etc. ‘Pacific’ refers to peoples from different ethnic origins in the Pacific region including Niue, Samoa, Tonga, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Tokelau, Tuvalu etc.
The Public Services Act 2020 requires all public service agencies in New Zealand to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in their workplaces. A cultural audit can be a valuable first step for public service agencies in meeting their DEI obligations.
“Iulia was an excellent facilitator who made potentially challenging material easy to access and navigate. She helped the ServiceIQ executive to start a journey of better understanding in terms of Te Ao Māori and how our organisation can begin making positive progress in our culture and diversity journey.”
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