Resources and research


Employment of Older New Zealand Women

The Council’s work programme includes issues around labour market participation for older women. Dr Paul Callister was commissioned to conduct a piece of research on The Employment of Older New Zealand Women.  Dr Callister presented this research at an event, hosted by the Council at the Ministry of Social Development which was followed by a panel discussion with Norah Barlow, Lynette Olsthoorn, Dr Judith Davey and Robyn Scott other. View The Employment of Older New Zealand Women research below.

The Employment of Older New Zealand Women 2016

Other publications

NACEW Financial support for family carers 2008 (245kb)

Exciting Prospects in Young Women’s Employment forum (204kb)

Employment Choices for Young Women - The influence of gender representation in New Zealand produced television watched by children (1mb)

Flexible Working Literature Review (307kb)

New Zealand Womens Employment Outcomes (342 Kb)

The Economic Rationales for Narrowing the Gender Pay Gap (204 Kb) 

NACEW Forum Full Report (204 Kb)

If you could be anything... what will it be? - Senior high school students (376 Kb)

Parent leave (147 Kb)

Work-Life Balance: What's that? (2 Mb) 

SUBMISSION: To The Proposed Rule For Disclosure In Annual Reports On Gender Diversity (849 Kb)

Pay and Employment Equity Conference 2004