This is the results of the 2019 stocktake on gender, Maōri, and ethnic diversity of state sector boards and committees, undertaken annually by the Ministry for Women.
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A review of recent literature on gender inequality and unpaid work.
A literature scan undertaken to identify research published since 2010, on the nature of unpaid work that is undertaken by Pacific Island women in New Zealand.
New data published in 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. Their businesses employ others and provide income for Māori women and their whānau. The top industries that Māori women in business are involved in are: agriculture, forestry and fishing; professional, scientific and technical services and construction.
Effective policies or programmes helping low income women get into better, higher-skilled employment
A brief literature review of the effective policies or programmes helping low income women get into better, higher-skilled employment.
Read the Ministry for Women's Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2019.
Country case studies on pay transparency: Australia, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, and the United Kingdom.
Mostly-NEET through 2015: Integrated data insights by motherhood status