Pip Adam talks to Tayi Tibble, Freya Daly Sadgrove and Hera Lindsay Bird about making poetry out of the intimate details of their lives, and the lives of those around them.
A workshop designed to inspire socially-conscious youth leadership, support high school feminist clubs, and create a network of future change makers. With guest speaker Helen Clark!
Celebrate the women who forged the path to equal rights and put New Zealand on the map as the first country where women had the right to vote! Suits age 10+, $59 per child.
To celebrate the launch of the book 'Go Girl' Kanoa Lloyd will talk to author Barbara Else, illustrator Phoebe Morris, and marine biologist Ingrid Visser about girls, goals and grit.
Our biggest tech festival – Techweek 19 - 27 May – is the perfect time to celebrate Suffrage 125 and the girls, women, and other marginalised gender coders who write much of Aotearoa's kick-ass code.
Enjoy contemporary music in te reo, hip hop, union and suffrage songs, kapa haka, pasifika music, storytelling and 3-D printing, be creative with arts and craft spaces for all ages, plus lots more!
ShadowTech encourages girls to think about study options and a career in ICT. The ShadowTech day starts at Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity, focusing on digital design and creative technologies.
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.
Open to secondary students. To enter, produce a piece of creative writing about an item in the collections of the Alexander Turnbull Library. Submissions may include Suffrage 125-related themes.
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.