Online Summit 2022 speakers offer answers to questions from their Summit presentations.
SGWN are pleased to introduce two new committee members.
New Zealand Police, Assistant Commissioner receives International Association of Women in Policing Award
New Zealand Police, Assistant Commissioner Sandra Venables received the 2022 International Association of Women in Policing (IWAP) Award for Mentoring and Coaching.
On Tuesday 20th September, Te Ara Ahunga Ora Retirement Commission officially launched their network, Tūhono Wāhine, at their Tāmaki Makaurau office alongside Suffrage Day celebrations.
We asked our agency women's network representatives in Tāmaki Makaurau what they did in their workplaces to champion te reo Māori during this year's Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori celebrations.
We're looking for the next Committee members for the Southern Government Women's Network. EOIs open now.
Chase Fox talks about how in his newly established role of All of Government AOG Disabled Internship Relationship Manager he is working to make internship programmes more accessible.
Lotonui Iosefa and Sio Kihe La’a from the Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP), share some background on what led them to establish MPP’s first Women’s Network.
Workplace mindfulness consultant, author, speaker and leadership consultant, Kerene Strochnetter provides this article on mindfulness as a reminder to focus on our own wellbeing even in uncertain times.
All about this wonderful network, what they achieve and how to connect.