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.
LitCrawl presents Zoya Patel. Zoya will speak with Kiran Dass about her memoir, No Country Woman, identity, belonging, and what it takes to be heard in a society attached to monocultural boxes.
Well-known Herald columnist and musician Lizzie Marvelley speaks to Angela Meyer about her new book, The F Word: Growing up Feminist in Aotearoa.
A line up of amazing women share life advice for a five year old in this special LitCrawl celebration of Suffrage 125. Messages Lana Lopesi, Leah McFall, Pip Adam and more celebrate women’s wisdom.
Join Michele A’Court, Sasha Borissenko, Lizzie Marvelly and Zoya Patel as they discuss activism against patriarchy and hear their insights and experiences.
Combining stories about some of the capital’s almost-forgotten historical heroines with some light walking and refreshments at some watering holes along the way.
A salon-style event to celebrate women from history. Come and learn about some remarkable ladies from a line-up of very special live ones.
A concert of dynamic and diverse new works by outstanding women musicians, composers and poets from Christchurch.
Hear stories of North Otago suffrage heroes and heroines; some of whom fought for the cause nationally and internationally. The esteemed Richard Seddon will also be joining the discussions.
Temperance and Suffrage Supporters are invited to a Benefit Ball on behalf of Mrs Mary Clemett Leavitt, touring in order to establish the Women’s Christian Temperance Union in our fair land.