White Camellia Awards

White Camellia Award Winners

White Camellia Award Winners 2013

White Camellia Awards acknowledged companies that had made the most progress in implementing the WEPs, which seek to empower women in the workplace. Judging was based on the responses to an evaluation schedule sent to all companies who had been signatories for over a year.

2016 White Camilla Awards press release.

2016 WEPs award-winners were:

Principle 1 : Leadership Promotes Gender Equality  WESTPAC

Principle 2. Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Non-Discrimination ANZ

Principle 3. Health Safety and Freedom from Violence ANZ

Principle 4. Education and Training WESTPAC

Principle 5. Enterprise Development, Supply Chain and Marketing Practices SOVEREIGN

Principle 6. Community Engagement and Leadership BNZ

Principle 7. Transparency, Measuring and Reporting SOVEREIGN



2013 WEPs award-winners were:

1. ASB – for establishing high-level corporate leadership for gender equality.

2. ANZ - for treating all women and men fairly at work – respecting and supporting human rights and non-discrimination

3. Kiwibank—for ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all women and men workers

4. BNZ –for promoting equality through community initiatives and advocacy

5. Deloitte-- for promoting education, training and professional development for women

6. CocaCola Amatil, for implementing enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women.

The WEPs Committee hopes that other companies will learn from the winners’ example and make a similar effort to promote gender equality in the workplace, and treat men and women equally.

Rae Julian, UNWANZ immediate past president