New data from the Ministry's report Ngā wāhine kaipakihi: he tirohanga, Māori women in business: insights shows increasing numbers of Māori women active in businesses across all regions of New Zealand.
You will be treated to two soul stirring stories by Nilguen Yalay from ‘Women who run with the Wolves’, for the last time before a new repertoire will be taken on tour.
Soroptimist International North Shore are celebrating inspiring and innovative women that have influenced our past, present and future with Erica O'Flaherty as our guest speaker.
Amanda Millar’s moving documentary CELIA celebrates the enduring legacy of Celia Lashlie, a passionate advocate for social interventions that equipped those long deprived of choice with the tools for responsible decision making.
Stories from women on the front line of minimum wage employment. Minimum is a powerful online documentary series combining animation with factual interviews.
Discover the women of your family this month and learn how to navigate Ancestry.com with our Family History Specialist Tricia Meehan.
Join us for an open conversation about the diverse personal experiences of legally-trained women MPs in the legal profession, Parliament, Cabinet and their respective political parties.
Helen Clark will share her experiences and insights into what it means to be a resilient leader. What has she been up against in order to make it, and how she turned challenges into ongoing success?
Delving into the lawless outpost of 1800s Russell, Kororāreka: The Ballad of Maggie Flynn introduces a heroine created from the rich and vibrant true stories of New Zealand women.
Starting in 1893 with Kate Sheppard, our Suffrage Mosaic will travel through time with 32 women in period costume. Women in the community are invited to add their own piece to this historic artwork.