NCWNZ makes a difference through its work to build a gender equal New Zealand. We are an umbrella organisation with a volunteer board and 21 branches nationwide. More than 290 organisations, as well as individuals, are members. Established in 1896, we have led or supported many initiatives that have benefited New Zealand communities.
We are currently working on:
- CEDAW: Preparing NGO shadow report on NZ
- Enabling women’s potential – the social, economic and ethical imperative
- Submissions relating to gender equality
- NCWNZ's organisational review 2016
Read our brochure to find out more.
- Founders’ Day 13 April: 121 years of working for gender equality – why aren’t we there yet?
- 17% more money for fathers – it pays to be a Dad.
- Read our open letter campaigning for support for domestic violence victims
- Life member Dame Laurie Salas passes away
- Massey University Vice Chancellor remarks to Rural News
- NZ women deserve better