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The Resettlement Portraits project was created to show the taonga tuku iho (heritage) that every resettled person brings with them to their new home. The portraits, taken by Nando Azevedo, represent our diverse cultures in Aotearoa New Zealand, which must be respected, protected and celebrated. The Resettlement Portraits exhibition was hosted at the Auckland Central City Library in June 2018 celebrating human diversity and introducing the many cultures and traditions within the resettled community to a wider Aotearoa New Zealand society. The show was a huge success, with over 2,500 visitors, and stimulated questions on the rich cultures of Aotearoa New Zealand and how this influences our unique national identity.