We are creating New Zealand’s first dedicated watch-dog for safeguarding gender equity: can you help us?
Ready to help create New Zealand’s first dedicated watch-dog for safeguarding gender equity?
Recently the women of the USA lost their right to safe abortions. The Supreme Court overturned Roe V Wade, a ruling that had been in place for 50 years.
Since then many New Zealanders have been asking “How can we make sure this doesn’t happen here?”
There is a way. We need your help.
We can safeguard our rights by holding our elected members to account and learning where they stand on the issue of abortion and gender equity.
This takes time, money and dedication.
We will do this by collecting data, gathering insights, ranking and reviewing policies, presenting information on gender equality and delivering campaigns for action.
Gender Justice Collective's (GJC) vision is for Aotearoa New Zealand to lead the world in gender equity. We are an independent, intersectional, non-profit network who came together in the lead-up to the 2020 General Election to shine a light on how committed to gender equity our political parties are.
We have successfully advocated for the inclusion of a National Women’s Health Strategy and Action Plan in the new Pae Ora legislation.
Project Gender supports the work of the GJC through insights research, campaigns and advocacy and administration.
For more information on our mahi & how we'll use the funds, visit www.genderjustice.nz [it's a bit more detailed than we have space for here!].
We want Aotearoa New Zealand to lead the world in gender equity: we've spent the past two years advocating for this, on behalf of the women, wāhine, trans, non-binary & intersex people of our nation.
Funding will enable us to monitor local & national government activity and analyse how they will impact gender equity. We will also lead a nationwide survey to understand & shape policy priorities for women, wāhine, trans, non-binary and intersex people.