Story: Gender inequalities
Page 9 – External links and sources
More links and websites
The National Council of Women of New Zealand represents women's organisations throughout New Zealand. It lobbies government, undertakes research, and collects and distributes information.
A brief history of women in New Zealand, from the Ministry of Women’s Affairs.
The website of the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges. The site includes resources and advice about family violence and getting help.
More suggestions and sources
Coney, Sandra. Standing in the sunshine: a history of New Zealand women since they won the vote. Auckland: Viking, 1993.
Else, Anne, ed. Women together: a history of women’s organisations in New Zealand: nga ropu wahine o te motu. Wellington: Historical Branch, Dept. of Internal Affairs, Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1993.
Fry, Ruth. It’s different for daughters: a history of the curriculum for girls in New Zealand schools, 1900–1975. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 1985.
Hutching, Megan. Leading the way: how New Zealand women won the vote. Auckland: HarperCollins, 2010.
Sutch, W. B. Women with a cause. Wellington: New Zealand University Press, 1973.