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International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

UN Women’s Annual Report 2016/17

UN Women’s Annual Report 2016/17

We are pleased to present UN Women’s Annual Report 2016/17.

The multi-media online version is here: http://annualreport.unwomen.org/en/2017

Here are some highlights:

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Sandra Coney IWD Speech 8 March 17, Wellington

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY KEY NOTE

HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT, WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

7-8.30am

 

Title:  International Women’s Day, 47 years on, how far have we come?

8 March 2017

Sandra Coney

 

Governor-General of New Zealand, Dame Patsy Reddy - message for International Women’s Day 2017

 

 

Message for UN Women - National Committee Aotearoa

International Women’s Day

Wednesday 8 March, 2017

 

 

UN Women National Committee Aotearoa New Zealand President, Barbara Williams - message for International Women’s Day 2017

 

UN Women National Committee Aotearoa New Zealand President’s Message for International Women’s Day 2017

On International Women’s Day we celebrate our successes and prepare for the challenges ahead.

In 2017, the global theme is “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50:50 by 2030”.

2017 ushered in a new sense of activism and urgency for women worldwide starting with the global March for Women in January.

UN Women NCANZ is proud to be a member of the Council of International Development

UN Women NCANZ is proud to be a member of the Council of International Development. See their latest press releases on the refugee ban.

Approved by Barbara Williams, President of  the UN Women National Committee Aotearoa New Zealand.

We can help refugees
 
30 January 2017

New Zealanders can help fight the United State’s ban on refugees, says the organisation representing New Zealand's international aid agencies.

Helen Clark: Speech on Power of Parity

Helen Clark: Speech on Power of Parity: 
Why and How to Increase the Number of Women in Political Leadership

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Speech by Sue Kedgley to the launch of the WEPs in Gisborne, 4 August 2015

It is an astonishing fact that women have been discriminated against throughout all of human history, in every society, in every religion and in every culture in the world.

So it’s not surprising that the culture of most organisations, and the corporate world generally, has also systematically discriminated against women, and that women have struggled, with limited success, to get ahead in the corporate world.

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