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NZ history is about to be compulsory in all schools. Can you pass our test?
Just how much do you know about our nation's history?
Protest leader opens up about why she won't give up the fight for her people's land.
#NotforSale addressed the plight of young Asian girls and women subjected to trafficking.
The songwriting 'artivist' says her mission was to shove Māori into NZers' faces.
E-Tangata writer/director Simone Kaho reflects on what she learned from making the series.
An interview with the staunch matriarch who's been leading change since the 1980s.
A proud legacy from the women's Mau movement in Sāmoa revealed.
The young activist who's leading the fight against the Fletcher development at Ihumātao.
She had to leave her home and family to find her identity.
Tapu Misa says we need to hear more from inspirational Maori and Pacific women.
When Selina Tusitala Marsh goes to schools young Pasifika girls come up for bear hugs.
This summer we look back at the best stories of the year. This is from September.
20 December was the anniversary for Māori women to vote. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Eliza Wallis (née Hart) was one of the founding members of the National Council of Women.
A Kate Sheppard rose has been planted in Te Puna Quarry Park to honour the historic woman.
EDITORIAL: It is 125 years on Wednesday since women used their right to vote.
We were world leaders on social security in 1938. We can be so again, argues Mike O'Brien
Suffragette Kate Sheppard featured on Wikipedia's home page today.
Dame Georgina Kirby is a staunch advocate for women's rights.
COMMENT: Kiwi women are eye-wateringly over-represented in domestic violence statistics.
"Women lack absorption, concentration, power of thought, largeness of emotional horizon."
Comment: If we can do it in politics, why is business so hard?
Art exhibition raise visual voices to address gender inequality.
Growbright founder Natalie Norman talks about the rise of mumentrepreneurs.
COMMENT: The right to vote was never the destination; it was the start of a journey.
"I think we're near normalising women in leadership."
COMMENT: Dame Fiona Kidman asks what future hold for women's reproductive rights in NZ.
COMMENT: Sport and feminism continue to be troubling aspects of NZ's media landscape.
COMMENT: Respect for the mana of all people breeds equality.
It's been 125 years since women won the right to vote in this country.
Marilyn Waring, Ruth Richardson, Dame Annette King and Dame Tariana Turia share a story.