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Wāhine Kakano is a festival all about empowering young women, with warts-and-all conversations about navigating the world after finishing school and university. Free entry but tickets are required.
Did you know that women were driving electric cars as early as 1898 and fashion lines were created to appeal to them? A light hearted look at the history and culture of EVs past and present.
Four influential women songwriters and performers will discuss the creative and political practice of telling and disseminating stories. The session will be chaired by RNZ’s Kirsten Johnstone.
Women leaders across New Zealand will come together to hear from an exceptional line up of inspirational speakers and explore topics including gender equality, career advancement and life fulfilment.
A celebration of performing arts works by and about women.
BPW Franklin are hosting a day of events to honour women, past and present.
BPW Doubtless Bay are hosting a High Tea, with guest speaker Paula Bennett, to commemorate 125 year of suffrage in New Zealand.
Exhibition on women from the Hutt who signed the Suffrage petition and those in local or central government (past and present) – including speakers, events for youth, an online exhibition and a wiki.
The Suffrage 125 celebration is being led by the Ministry for Women, New Zealand Minitatanga mō ngā Wahine in partnership with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage.