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By author Barbara Brookes
Women are vital partners in world-leading New Zealand primary industries.
Growing the profile of women trained in the field of architecture in NZ
The strength of women. The dreams of girls.
To actively enable and support the full integration and participation of migrants and resettled families communities in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Creating a 100% accessible world for us all.
Career information, tools and advice.
Te hononga akoranga - Listen - Learn - Collaborate - Connect
Going Places. Going Strong.
Working in partnership with refugees and migrants.
Media Initiatives for Women
Creating the next generation of female changemakers to lead and change the world.
We enable girls and young women to reach their potential and make a difference in the world.
Seek, Serve and Follow Christ
100% of girls and women in the world achieving education beyond primary school.
Support for Sexual Abuse Survivors
Preventing Violence Against Women
Grow your skills - Grow your network - Grow your venture
We're building a movement of young New Zealanders who can, and will change the world. You can be part of it.
Rangatahi into governance and leadership
The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand is a charity that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where all people enjoy positive mental health & wellbeing.
We are the Government’s principal advisor on improving the lives of New Zealand women and girls.
MyRivr Makes Access To Social Service Providers Easy For All Kiwis
By building understanding and driving action for gender equality, we enable New Zealanders to have the freedom and opportunity to determine their own future.
Inspiring women to create new horizons through education and research
Represents both the Olympic and Commonwealth Games Movements in New Zealand.
Our mission is for New Zealand to be the safest country in the world.
This page provides links to other websites of interest to those working in or researching family, whānau and sexual violence.
Encouraging young women into STEM studies and roles
Encouraging young New Zealanders to open their minds to opportunities, act on their dreams and achieve their own extraordinary.
Pacific Allied (women's) Council Inspires Faith in Ideals Concerning All
A safe space for women who live with HIV, a home where they feel even more empowered and where their voices matter the most.
RainbowYOUTH is a national organisation based on providing support, information, advocacy for young queer and gender diverse people up to the ages of 28.
Works in the greater Auckland area and nationally to prevent sexual violence through the delivery of education and health promotion/prevention activities.
To advance community development through quality lifelong education in rural Aotearoa
Growing Dynamic Communities
Sisters United is a family based organisation that provide exciting, fresh and creative programmes and services to Young Women aged 12 - 21 in Auckland.
Women and girls will achieve their individual and collective potential, realise aspirations and have an equal voice in creating strong, peaceful communities worldwide.
To inspire and enable our people of the Waikato to be active and healthy for life.
Stand Up is the voice young workers in union in our movement. Stand Up promotes issues and activities that are particularly relevant to young working people.
Learn, Discover, Connect through science and tech
Family violence intervention and prevention programmes. Relationship counselling, home based social work support.
The women’s caucus of the New Zealand Union of Students Associations.
Caring for people, transforming lives and reforming society through God in Christ by the Holy Spirit's power.
A strong commitment to New Zealand women and a belief that the causes of their vulnerability could be changed.
To help build a stronger, sustainable Aotearoa New Zealand so families, communities and our natural environment thrive now and in the future
The WISE Collective project is achieving transformative change in women’s lives by focusing on the five 'E’s: Empowerment + Education + Employment + Enterprise + Equality.
The local purveyor of fine words in Ponsonby
The online campaigning arm of the New Zealand Union movement. Whether it's fighting for our rights at work, for respect and dignity for everyone, or for the future of our planet, we're so much stronger when we join together to speak out.
We exist to support, encourage, and contribute to the development of women who are, or aspire in future to be, leaders within the tertiary sector.
Kaupapa Māori leadership programme for woman 16-17years
The Waitaha Grandmothers Executive Council are Grandmothers of the Nation of Waitaha.
Governance New Zealand
Infrastructure New Zealand
Wahine Toa Inc
Youthline is here to support you through the tough times and the good!
Empowering women through service and advocacy