How to crack the glass ceiling
What would make it easier for women to run for local government? Support. So how can we achieve this?
You can’t force women to apply to be Prime Minister any more than you can force them into logging.
A woman who has taken 10+ years out of her career shouldn't be able to waltz into a senior role.
We should give political parties the chance to boost the number of female candidates, writes Liz Shaw.
I challenge any woman to find the right balance between career and family, without one suffering.
Under paying women and keeping them dependent on men is just another form of bullying.
Men at the top need to make changes if we hope to address inequalities in NZ, Anne Elliot says.
Julie Whitehouse discusses five key things that influence gender inequality in Kiwi culture.
There's a lot of pressure on women to have children and a career, but something has to give.
CHRISTINE DE LEE
Women are in many of the top jobs. So why is there this insistence that everything be 50-50?