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.
Waipu Herstory is an exhibition and public program telling her story from the point of view of Waipu's mostly Scottish Nova Scotian women.
Māori women artists of internationally acclaimed theatre company MAU join with women from Wellington's Pasifika communities for a performance ceremony in the grounds of Parliament.
Walk in small groups to hear speakers about women’s contributions at ten sites in the capital, finishing with a cuppa at the Mt Vic Hub. A free Living Streets Aotearoaevent.
Suffrage Lecture 2018 presented by Professor Janine Hayward, Politics, University of Otago
Let's commemorate 125 years of Suffrage with an evening of celebration and reflection. There will be entertainment, as well as guest speakers. It will be an evening to remember!
To mark Suffrage 125, Say so gathers together works from the University’s art collection, transforming the walls of the Old Government House ballroom into a celebration of visual voices.
Exhibition curator and art historian Penelope Jackson talks about Ida Carey and women artists in commemoration of the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage.
Playwright Lorae Parry will read selected passages of her play ‘Bloomsbury Women and the Wild Colonial Girl’ about the relationship between Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf.
Former principal of Merivale School and current Labour List MP based in Tauranga, Jan Tinetti will take part in a discussion moderated by Tracey Rudduck-Gudsell, followed by a Q&A session.