SPRING 2020 NEWSLETTER
Use the Covid rebuild to presure and support shovel-ready sectors to shed their patriarchal ethos and hire women. Secondly invest in health, education and community devlopment - this will create jobs while increasing well-being.
WINTER 2020 NEWSLETTER
What Women Need from the Next Government, lawyers and politicians attack proposed protection for sexual violence survivors, Supporting the best future for wāhine Māori.
AUTUMN 2020 NEWSLETTER
Spending for a better future for women especially wāhine Māori and others who carry a greater burden. Meet some of AWC's wonderful voluneers.
SUMMER 2020 NEWSLETTER
Aotearoa New Zealand needs multipronged violence prevent campaigns, Tracey McIntosh's remedies for our unequal society, our Youth Coordinator reports on her Consent Club work at summer festivals and a year after Christchurch: Lets Deal With It.
SPRING 2019 NEWSLETTER
Taking misogyny out of mainstream porn, Coming up: A kōrero with Prof Tracey McIntosh, and Equal Pay Bill creates more problems than it solves.
AUTUMN 2019 NEWSLETTER
National strategy required for contraception, Report on our abortion law reform forum, Law Commisson advice: to reduce court stress for victims of sexual and family violence.
SUMMER 2019 NEWSLETTER
Abortion Law Reform: Demand the Best Option for Women, Young People Want Restrictions on Porn and Relationship Property Law Changes Coming.
SPRING 2018 NEWSLETTER
The National Council of Women's He Toa Takitini (Strength in Diversity) conference, RBG and the Auckland Feminist Actions protest against the disturbing gender imbalance in National Design awards.
WINTER 2018 NEWSLETTER
#MeToo Forum, the Motherhood Penalty, scrap the sanction on single mum beneficiaries, High School Feminism Project Forges Ahead
AUTUMN 2018 NEWSLETTER
Come to our #MeToo Forum, Family Court Review should focus on Domestic Violence, New Youth Coordinator AND MORE.
SUMMER 2018 NEWSLETTER
Supporting Young Feminist Activists, #Times Up in 2018, Government Listens on Pay Equity, Feminist Art for a change AND MORE.
SPRING 2017 NEWSLETTER
Read a report on our forum featuring the courageous and inspirational Austarlian Feminist, Clementine Ford. Enjoy profiles of the 17 new female MPs in our new parlaiment.
WINTER 2017 NEWSLETTER
Includes a report on our comedy night, the need to tackle the root causes of domestic violence, and a review of the feminist play 'If there's not dancing at the revolution I'm not coming.'
AUTUMN 2017 NEWSLETTER
Includes a report on our Feminist Parenting Forum, an analysis of the new Equal Pay BIll, and the Government's performace over the last nine years.
SUMMER 2017 NEWSLETTER
Includes a report on the global women's marches, our Women and Homelessness Forum, SKIP Positive Parenting news and an examination of informal, family care of the elderly in New Zealand.
SPRING 2016 NEWSLETTER
Includes the second part of our report on our Women in Prison Forum, Stop the Sanctions on Single Mother Benefciaries, and a welcome to our new Counsellor, Jane Tyrer.
WINTER 2016 NEWSLETTER
Includes a report on the powerful forum 'Women in Prisons, an article articulating Young Women's needs and info about our fabulous Charity Comedy
AUTUMN 2016 NEWSLETTER
Includes a report on the wonderful forum 'Women of the Polynesian Panthers' and Feminists at the Auckland Writers Festival and more. Check out our new look and title.
SUMMER 16 NEWSLETTER
Pornography's impact on young people's sexual knowledge and practices, and introduction to new Governance Collective members, and the state of migrant and refugee women in New Zealand are discussed.
SPRING 15 NEWSLETTER
Feminists discuss sex work.
WINTER 15 NEWSLETTER
"Faultlines - Human Rights in New Zealand.
AUTUMN 15 NEWSLETTER
Featuring a fascinating report on the Wise Wāhine Speaks forum and contributing to the conversation about what the LGBT community is fighting for.
SUMMER 15 NEWSLETTER
Meet our new Collective members, read about the Pornography Symposium and our Women and Climate Justice Forum.
AUTUMN 14 NEWSLETTER
A report on "A night with Alison Bechdel" and our forum on preventing sexual violence. Learn about the Women's Election Agenda and meet some of our wonderful AWC volunteers.
SUMMER 14 NEWSLETTER
We welcome new members to the AWC's collective; have important dialogue around the Livingstone tragedy; discuss justice for rape survivors; and look at the principles that must be followed in order for the Vulnerable Children's Bill to be successful.
Enjoy a report on our recent Women’s Talk forum and on the women’s Living Wage forum. And learn about the Pro-choice Highway and the doco “Love and Sex in an Age of Pornography”.
WINTER 13 NEWSLETTER
Meet our FAB new Governance Collective members, learn about the reforms to the Family Court, how television affects women’s employment choices and about a historic pay equity court case.
AUTUMN 13 NEWSLETTER
30, Apr 2013
Read about the myths that the Government's DPB policy is based on, an interesting perspective on the Marriage Equality Act and all the events, services, workshops and courses you can enjoy at the Centre.
SUMMER 13 NEWSLETTER
20, FEB 2013
Meet our three new Governance Collective members and our new Administrator and read about the proposed changes to the Family Court.
SPRING 12 NEWSLETTER
22, Oct 2012
Hope you enjoy this edition with information about the proposed changes to the Family Court, what CEDAW thinks of women's position in NZ and 40 years of feminism with one of our Governance Collective members, Aorewa McLeod.
WINTER 12 NEWSLETTER
17, JUL 2012
An analysis of the Child Support Amendment Bill, support for the Human Rights Commission's report on the EEO issues in the aged care sector and info re Women's Talk, Sing for your Supper and a seminar on women and the family law courts.
AUTUMN 12 NEWSLETTER
20, Apr 2012
We hope you enjoy this issue with full coverage of AWC happenings, the bias of the Family Court, an open letter to DB Breweries re Tui's sexist advertisng and a short article on the need to extend paid parental leave.
SUMMER 12 NEWSLETTER
14, FEB 2012
Meet the new women involved with the Centre this year. Great article on how we can improve the criminal justice system for sexual violence victims. A campaign to stop Tui's sexist TV ads and an invitation to Women Talk - a celebration of International women's Day.
SPRING 11 NEWSLETTER
06, Oct 2011
This newsletter includes: Come and see the FAB movie - Miss Representation, Child Support changes will further impoverish single mums, picket of District Court, transgender women welcome, and stay up-to-date with feminism.
WINTER 2011 NEWSLETTER
16, Aug 2011
Meet our new SKIP Coordinator, support Capital Gains Tax and SlutWalks and find out about how Legal Aid has been tightened.
AUTUMN 11 NEWSLETTER
04, May 2011
Government economic misdirections, violent prevention programmes cut and farewell to teen parents.
SUMMER 11 NEWSLETTER
04, May 2011
Read about a lesbain hate crime and the community's support. A review of the Human Rights Commssion's analysis of Human Rights in New Zealand today and take our quizz on NZ women's place in public life.