Web links from the women's network
The Women's Council is a formal part of the CTU structure with women representatives from each of the affiliated unions, Te Runanga o nga Kaimahi Maori, Kometi Pasefika, Out@Work and StandUp.
Pay equity challenge
The Pay Equity Challenge has been laid down to this Government to tell us what their plans are for closing the gender pay gap. We challenge them to tell us how they are going to work with employers and unions across both public and private sectors to reduce the pay gap. Take a look around the site for updates, research and ways to take action, and check out the latest pay equity news feeds from several members of the Coalition - included down the right-hand side of this website.
Fairness at work
Fairness at work campaign - Unions know that times are tough, but cutting workers' rights, public services, and jobs and wages won't help get us out of recession - in fact, it'll make it worse. Find out more about what's going on, what your rights are, and what you can do to stop the cuts
Kiwi workers for kiwi made
Workers for Kiwi Made -A practical way to support the jobs of other Kiwi workers in a time of economic recession.
ACC futures coalition
The future of the New Zealand accident compensation scheme ( ACC) is important to the people of New Zealand - as workers, employers, sportspeople, business people, treatment providers, drivers, parents and citizens. The ACC Futures Coalition has been established to promote the current model of ACC in view of recent criticism of the scheme and signals from the government to privatise various ACC accounts and open these to competition. Participating organisations in the coalition are listed on this page.
Sexual Violence Research Project
From the Ministry of Women's Affairs - The sexual violence research project has generated four research reports and one overview report. You can download them from this webpage.
National Council of Women of New Zealand
The National Council of Women of New Zealand (NCWNZ) is the country's leading women's organisation. Although women today enjoy opportunities and choices denied to previous generations, there is still work to do. Our role is to improve opportunities and work for the welfare of women and families through research, information, representation and action.