Network members invest a lot of passion, time, energy and resources into organising and running events for their people. GWN thanks everyone involved – organisers, speakers, audiences and their respective agencies.
We encourage networks to share information about the events that have been held. This means information about the event is not lost and it can help to inspire others beyond the bounds of your own network. Sharing information about your event can introduce new ideas for other networks such as: new topics, formats for events, speakers, resources, use of technology, and can highlight future collaboration opportunities between agencies.
Te Ara Ahunga Ora Retirement Commission’s women’s network, Tūhono Wāhine
Te Ara Ahunga Ora Retirement Commission’s women’s network, Tūhono Wāhine hosted their inaugural networking event on Wednesday 29 March in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
2023 Women in Public Service Summit – Southern
Held both online and in-person the 2023 Southern Summit was an inspirational day of professional development and networking opportunities for Women working in the Public Sector.
AGWN: International Women's Day 2023
Te Aka Wāhine o Tāmaki’s International Women’s Day event was an opportunity to reflect on equity in the Public Service
AGWN launch Te Hā o Hineahuone
It was amazing to meet kanohi ki te kanohi in Tāmaki Makaurau to launch Te Hā o Hineahuone, the Te Aka Wāhine o Tāmaki Māori and Pacific Strategy Action Plans.
SGWN Event: Career Journeys
SGWN were delighted to host their first face-to-face event for 2022 in Suffrage week. Three wāhine from different stages in their careers shared their journeys around the theme “What I’d like to know, do know and wish I’d known”.
Are we there yet? The gender investment gap
Hosted by the National Library this is the second event in this series and focused on why women feel less knowledgeable about investing, applying a feminist lens to financial wellbeing.
SGWN online event: Self-leadership
Fien and Sofia took us on a journey explaining the foundations of good leadership, the importance of knowing who you are, what you value, and how this affects the way you behave.
Parliament Staff Women's Network Launch
After a lot of hard mahi, this new network was very successfully launched in Wellington last month.
AGWN Seminar: What makes you unique as a women of colour?
Thank you to Suki Xaio, Adekemi Ajayi and Jo Hacking for creating an informative and safe space to think about how we can make being a woman of colour an advantage.
AGWN Seminar: Sustainable wellbeing or resilience?
Angela Simmons, Wellbeing Consultant from chnnl, took us through why sustainability can be a better approach to wellbeing. A timely session after the last two years we’ve all had and the fatigue that’s setting in.