Flyers explaining why the census is important in Māori, Tongan, Samoan, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Hindi and Korean.
Instructions on how to order bilingual paper census forms in te reo Māori. (Note that you can take part in the census online in either English or Te Reo Māori)
If you’d like to post about the census on social media, Census staff can see and like your posts if you use the hashtag #2018Census. There are also digital images you can use if you follow the log in instructions here: http://filetransfer.stats.govt.nz/
Census also have a Community support page with the following resources for people who may need extra help filling out the census:
Please note that for people who are blind or sight-impaired, the online census forms have been built to work with screen readers and assisted technology. If people are unable to complete the census by themselves, or with the support of a family member, friend or carer, then field teams will follow up after census day to assist people to complete.
The census provides a wealth of information for the country to understand more about the people who live in New Zealand and to help make good decisions about where services are needed. Your help spreading the word is really appreciated.