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Maybe you want to improve the gender balance in your workplace and you don’t know where to start. We have worked with a variety of sectors and analysed many others. Here’s what we’ve learned.
The Ministry for Women's new report adds to the understanding of primary prevention of violence against women. The report, A malu i 'āiga, e malu fo'i i fafo: Protection for the family, protection for all, shares, from the perspective of Samoan people, what works to keep Samoan women and girls safe from violence.
This is the draft of New Zealand’s eighth periodic report on the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) for public consultation.
Read the Ministry for Women (Ministry of Women's Affairs) Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2015.
Getting it done shares what the Ministry for Woman and its partners have learnt over the past two years to increase the number of women in trades jobs.
The results of the 2014 gender stocktake of state sector boards and committees, show 41.7 per cent of female representation on state sector boards and committees, up slightly from 41.1 per cent in 2013.
The Gender Stocktake of State Sector Boards and Committees is undertaken annually by the Ministry for Women. We count the Ministerial appointments to state sector boards and committees as at 31 December 2014.
This paper introduces an indigenous perspective to the international knowledge base for primary prevention of violence against women by exploring what Māori women believe to be protective factors for being safe from violence.