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.
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.
Nominate a woman you know for Whakatū Wāhine – Women Here and Now, a project to showcase women’s leadership in the Hutt Valley with stories of five inspiring leaders. Nominations close 8 June.
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.
Western Bay Museum opens its doors to Te Papa National Services Te Paerangi Conservator of Textiles and Costume, Sam Gatley, in preparation of our opening exhibition, Suffrage 125 - Our Stories.
Did you know that women were driving electric cars as early as 1898 and fashion lines were created to appeal to them? A light hearted look at the history and culture of EVs past and present.
This show invites you to meet the women you have almost definitely never heard about. Written and performed by Saraid Cameron and Amelia Reynolds and directed by Nisha Madhan.
Four influential women songwriters and performers will discuss the creative and political practice of telling and disseminating stories. The session will be chaired by RNZ’s Kirsten Johnstone.
Women leaders across New Zealand will come together to hear from an exceptional line up of inspirational speakers and explore topics including gender equality, career advancement and life fulfilment.
Come join us for a night of fun, film, and celebrating women's empowerment! Our special screening of Suffragette will raise funds for Dress for Success. Book now to support a worthy cause.