Women's March Auckland by Devel | Women's March Aotearoa New Zealand


Women’s March Aotearoa New Zealand promotes women’s economic security as one of its key issues.

We believe in equal pay for equal work and the right of all women to be paid equitably.

We advocate for organisational transparency and accountability surrounding pay scales as many women, parents, women of colour,  LBGTQI+ people continue to face pay discrimination.

We also advocate for the elimination of systemic barriers in the workplace in order to promote the advancement of all women.

Equal pay for equal and equitable work will help to lift women, whanau, and families out of poverty and enhance our economy.

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Julie Anne Genter Women’s March 2017 New Zealand Parliament
Jacinda Adern at Womens March January 2017

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Healthcare is the foundation of women’s well-being and economic stability. We advocate for access to affordable and inclusive women’s healthcare regardless of nationality, age, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression or disability.


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.