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The Ministry for Women has today published new research – undertaken by Auckland University of Technology for the Ministry for Women – that identifies what’s driving the gender pay gap which still sits at 12 percent.

Tomorrow, 8 March, New Zealand joins with other countries on International Women’s Day to support initiatives that are creating a better working world for women says Ministry for Women Acting Chief Executive Margaret Retter.

The Ministry's Briefing to the Incoming Minister (BIM) has been published.

A new directory that identifies opportunities for women and girls to get exposure to science, technology and engineering is now available.  The directory identifies initiatives, prog

A BETTER WORLD Vol 1 is a fully illustrated compilation of 80 UN countries' stories that show what they have done to empower women within the context of sustainable development.

The Government has announced it will amend the Equal Pay Act and the Employment Relations Act to implement recommendations of the Joint Working Group on Pa

New research suggests that around two-thirds of the gender pay gap is ‘unexplained’. 

The New Zealand gender pay gap has risen to 12 percent (as measured by median hourly earnings as at June 2016 from the New Zealand Income Survey (NZIS)).

Hon Louise Upston, Minister for Women, has named the new members of the reformed National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women (‘the Council’).

Minister for Women Louise Upston has submitted the Government’s latest report to the United Nations on New Zealand’s efforts to eliminate discrim

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