Health New Zealand, Christchurch 2017


Women’s March Aotearoa New Zealand promotes women’s health as one core issue.

We recognise that easily accessible health care contributes to the well-being and economic stability of all women, as well as their families/whanau. However, gender inequality continues to put women at risk by limiting their access to health information and services which can impact overall health outcomes. This includes but is not limited to chronic health conditions, mental health, and reproductive and sexual health.

We advocate for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, socioeconomic status, or disability.  

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Women are powerful drivers of economic growth, and their economic empowerment and security benefits all communities. We support women’s full and equal access and participation in local, national, and global economic systems.


Women are under-represented in leadership, adversely affecting our collective health, safety, and economic security. We seek fair and just representation of women locally, nationally and internationally.


Every woman has the right to feel secure in their home and community. We advocate for policy and legal reform, increased violence prevention education, and the security of survivor services to eliminate violence against women.