The Ministry for Women interviewed 40 mothers about being on a benefit and their experiences with social services. An accompanying literature review was also undertaken.
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These wāhine know first-hand that there’s no such thing as men’s work.
This document details actions to increase women's participation on state sector boards and committees and details women's participation as at 31 December 2017. It also includes the results of
The Gender Pay Principles will guide all government work on gender pay.
This research paper, Parenthood and labour market outcomes, is an initial exploration of what we can learn about the drivers of the gender pay gap in New Zealand from
Every year the Ministry carries out an external stakeholder survey.
The Ministry for Women has led research with Netsafe on looking at young New Zealanders’ experiences of digital harm.
Women continue to be under-represented in board and senior management roles in New Zealand.