Labour members still focussed on Man Ban

Despite David Shearer’s order to Ban the Man Ban, the Labour wimmin are still pushing ahead with discussions about it.

It would seem that they intend to ignore David Shearer.

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New Zealand Labour Party President Moira Coatsworth invites you to join her and the Labour Women’s Council for our Conference this coming weekend.
Interested in building womens leadership by supporting other women or taking a step up yourself? There is still an opportunity to take part in this important and exciting conference.

On Friday you can join Labour MPs Nanaia Mahuta, Sue Moroney, Carol Beaumont and Moana Mackey for a special community event – Building for Habitat for Humanity. 

On Saturday and Sunday join us for conference with Labour MPs Annette King, Carol Beaumont, Darien Fenton, Louisa Wall, Sue Moroney, Ruth Dyson, Nanania Mahuta, Megan Woods, Jacinda Ardern, Maryan Street, Lianne Dalziel and new MP Meka Whaitiri along with a fantastic line up of speakers and an opportunity for you to engage in the future for Labour Women.

Womens organisations from across the country will be joining us on Sunday and our guest speaker Sina Wendt-Moore is sure to inspire.

Have you been following the proposed Labour Party gender reforms with interest? Join us for the conference and the conversation!

Register for the Labour Womens Conference 2013  Building Women’s Leadership? Its on from August 23rd – August 25th 2013, Onehunga, Auckland. For more details click here

You can register here  or contact Gina Giordani for more information

See you at these events,

Kate Sutton


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