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.
A once in a lifetime living artwork to celebrate UK’s suffrage centenary and NZ’s 125th — 100 UK organisations will create 100 banners in collaboration with female artists and community groups.
Join other wāhine toa for a hui about Māori women’s perspectives on voting and democracy. Hear various taumata kōrero speak on a range of topics, then gather for informal ‘Kai & Kōrero’.
This online exhibition highlights the voices of the first women voters in 1893 – both Māori and Pākehā – and provides more detail about their lives and their motivations for signing and voting.
Waikato 125 aims to identify and celebrate the achievements of women in the Waikato from the past to the present through historical stories, video and a special event on the 19th of September.
Southland women are warmly invited to celebrate the 125th suffrage anniversary. Guest speaker Her Excellency Laura Clarke, British High Commissioner to NZ.
Learn about Meri Te Tai Mangakahia's life, ancestry and whānau through this website.
Women on Rakiura / Stewart Island are warmly invited to celebrate the 125th suffrage anniversary. Guest speaker Her Excellency Laura Clarke, British High Commissioner to NZ.
Presentation and discussion with leading women in science and industry in NZ reflecting on the leadership attributes of the Suffragists and women's leadership today.
An essay competition with prizes totaling $15,000 to celebrate the generous bequest of Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull’s library to the nation. Competition is open to Suffrage 125-related themes.