The results of the 2014 gender stocktake of state sector boards and committees, show 41.7 per cent of female representation on state sector boards and committees, up slightly from 41.1 per cent in
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The participation rate of women on state sector boards and committees as at December 2014 was 41.7 percent. This is an increase from 41.1 percent in 2013.
Primary prevention of violence against women is an approach that seeks to stop violence against women before it occurs in the first place. It is an internationally emerging field of practice
It is tempting for policy-makers to subtract young mothers aged 15 to 24 from the NEET group, assuming young mothers have intentionally disengaged with employment, education and training due to the
This paper proposes that work cultural changes are needed to increase opportunities for women to achieve at the highest level, and stop them from dropping out of the ‘leadership pipeline&rsqu
In July 2012 the Committee released its concluding observations on New Zealand’s seventh periodic report [CEDAW/C/NZL/CO/7].
This handbook gives good practical advice to employers on how to attract women, and how to find women for their trade jobs.
Read the Ministry of Women's Affairs Annual Report for the year ending 30 June 2014.