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‘Shovel ready’ found wanting for women

The Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, Saunoamaali'i Dr Karanina Sumeo is sounding warnings around gender inequalities in the Covid-19 economic response. She's asked the government for a 'please explain' as to why when women have been disproportionately...

Women’s Minister Julie Anne Genter’s proposal for gender lenses on budget denied by Treasury

University of Auckland Professor Jennifer Curtin – an academic who has done extensive work on gender politics – said the Treasury should "without hesitation" reconsider its position so the process is ready by Budget 2021. "It is both doable and desirable and could...

‘Shovel ready’ found wanting for women

RNZ Nine to Noon 2 June 2020 Dr Sumeo discusses some of the concerns raised in our gender analysis of Budget 2020 regarding 'shovel-ready' projects. "The Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, Saunoamaali'i Dr Karanina Sumeo is sounding warnings around gender...

Covid 19 Coronavirus: Government’s economic response slammed for favouring men

"Professor Jennifer Curtin, the head of University of Auckland's Public Policy Institute, said gender had to be considered if New Zealand wanted to move forward."  This article features content from both our first Gender Impact Analysis Policy Forum, and from an...

What the Budget means for women

By Jennifer Curtin, Suzy Morrissey and Sarah Bickerton Jennifer Curtin is the head of the Gender Responsive Analysis and Budgeting project, run out of the Public Policy Institute at the University of Auckland, with funding from MBIE, Suzy Morrissey is a Research...

Where does gender equality fit into the Budget?

Jennifer Curtin and Suzy Morrissey discuss how gender differences might impact the Government’s budget priorities *Originally published in Newsroom. Republished with permission. The Wellbeing Budget is a new initiative for New Zealand. However, asking states to go...

 

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Watch: Gender Impact Analysis Policy Forum 2

Advancing Equal Pay and Women’s Economic Wellbeing post-COVID19 Recorded Wed 10 June 2020 Despite the passage of the Equal Pay Act in 1972, gender pay gaps remain an intractable feature of the New Zealand labour market. Compared to their male counterparts, women on...

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Gender Impact Analysis Policy Forum 2

Advancing Equal Pay and Women’s Economic Wellbeing post-COVID19 Wed 10 June 2020, 1-2pm Online Places are limited, so please register here for the event Despite the passage of the Equal Pay Act in 1972, gender pay gaps remain an intractable feature of the New...

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Watch: Gender Impact Analysis Policy Forum

Gender Impact Analysis: Women workers and COVID-19 Wed 13 May 2020 Speakers: - Saunoamaali’i Kararina Sumeo (Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, Human Rights Commission) - Traci Houpapa (MNZM JP CFInstD. NACEW, and Federation of Māori Authorities) - Andrea...

 

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What the Budget means for women

By Jennifer Curtin, Suzy Morrissey and Sarah Bickerton Jennifer Curtin is the head of the Gender Responsive Analysis and Budgeting project, run out of the Public Policy Institute at the University of Auckland, with funding from MBIE, Suzy Morrissey is a Research...

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Where does gender equality fit into the Budget?

Jennifer Curtin and Suzy Morrissey discuss how gender differences might impact the Government’s budget priorities *Originally published in Newsroom. Republished with permission. The Wellbeing Budget is a new initiative for New Zealand. However, asking states to go...