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Community Conference: Towards a Gender Equal NZ – Taking Action

Hosted by National Council of Women – Auckland Branch

8 April 2017

St Columba Centre
40 Vermont Street

We have talked, we have marched and now it is time for action!

Join National Council of Women NZ Auckland for a community focused event about how we can achieve a gender equal New Zealand.

Hear a range of amazing women living and working in Auckland speak about gender (in)equality, specific themes will include pay equity, violence in our community, grassroots political activism and climate justice and the environment.

In the afternoon there will be an opportunity to participate in workshops with other amazing, active women to develop ways we can take action together.

Keynote Speaker: Lizzie Marvelly

Panellists include:
Dr. Jackie Blue (NZ Human Rights Commission);
Louise Nicholas;
Prue Kapua (Te Ropu Wahine Māori Toko i te Ora – Māori Women’s Welfare League);
Greer Rasmussen (Generation Zero Auckland).

Tickets: $5 unwaged/ $10 waged (to cover cost of venue)
Lunch provided

REGISTER NOW by email: ncwnzauckland@gmail.com

About the National Council of Women – Auckland Branch

The National Council of Women NZ has been around since 1896 and is the peak body for women’s organisations in Aotearoa NZ.

The Auckland branch is the oldest, and currently one of the largest, NCWNZ branches in the country. We date from 1918, and current organisations involved include YWCA, various unions, a large number of faith groups, three major political parties, and other important women’s groups such as the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, NZ Women’s Watch, Bridgebuilders International, ZONTA, Soroptimists and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

We welcome new members either as individuals or on behalf of organisations with an interest in women’s issues.

Our local work includes organising the annual Suffrage Day celebration at Khartoum Place, the Dame Dorothy Winstone Dinner, and usually a film and a theatre evening each year. We also give input to national action items from our mother organisation, and resolve on issues of local concern for local action, such as lobbying Auckland Council to adopt a Living Wage.

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