Monthly Archives: January 2013

The world’s most exclusive gathering is 83% male. What if this were reversed?

Meet the Davos Women by Avaaz Team – posted 25 January 2013 11:28  Right now, the world’s movers and shakers are gathered in the beautiful ski resort of Davos, Switzerland, for the annual World Economic Forum. A few of the money men … Continue reading

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Recording processes that have been occurring over the past four years

Homeworks Trust Po Box 20710 Glen Eden Auckland January 25th, 2013 Kia Ora, Homeworks Trust have been thinking about the importance of recording some of the processes that have been occurring over the past 4 years that do harm to … Continue reading

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Common Causes: Progressive forces acting together to build a better society

Common Causes: Progressive forces acting together to build a better society By Maude Barlow http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article33739.htm Maude Barlow was a keynote speaker at the BPW International Congress in Vancouver 1998. She impressed me immensely as I am sure she did others … Continue reading

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Global Women Newsletter

Dear Global Women Friends, The year is at an end and 2012 has been another outstanding year for Global Women. The organisation is well positioned as the preeminent go to organisation in New Zealand with a high calibre membership of … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: Catching the mobile wave

… Register Now For This Complimentary Live Webinar Tuesday, January 29th at 2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT Duration: 1 hour (including Q&A) This webinar will help association executives and meeting planners: Educate their staff and volunteer leaders about the importance … Continue reading

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Seeking an extraordinary Office Manager

We’re seeking an extraordinary Office Manager to join our team and be part of a global effort to achieve a world class approach to child abuse and domestic violence in Aotearoa New Zealand. If you’re an organisational dynamo with loads … Continue reading

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To the Chairperson of NCW India – Ms Mamta Sharma

The National Council of Women of New Zealand (NCWNZ) has been shocked to learn in the news media of the violent attack, rape and subsequent death of Jyoti Singh. Violence against women and girls is a global human rights injustice, … Continue reading

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I Was Wounded; My Honor Wasn’t

By SOHAILA ABDULALI Published: January 7, 2013 THIRTY-TWO years ago, when I was 17 and living in Bombay, I was gang raped and nearly killed. Three years later, outraged at the silence and misconceptions around rape, I wrote a fiery essay under … Continue reading

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New book reveals secrets of history

As the guardian of the record of government, Archives New Zealand is a storehouse of historical secrets and treasures – some of which come to light in a new book by Ray Waru. Secrets and Treasures is a fascinating insight into … Continue reading

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Arthritis a health priority for half a million New Zealanders

Press Release: Arthritis New Zealand Description: ArthritisMaoriLogoMedia Release 13 December 2012 For more than half a million New Zealanders, arthritis is a health priority Arthritis New Zealand challenges the Ministry of Health’s statement in this week’s health survey that arthritis … Continue reading

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