Survey on how women are doing in Aotearoa New Zealand

Eleanor Roosevelt with others at Commission on the Status of Women meeting, 1962

New Zealand women of all ages and from all parts of the country are urged to respond to the third “How are we doing” survey being conducted by Pacific Women’s Watch (PWW). Go to the online survey.
The results of the survey will be presented as part of PWW’s input into the fifty-ninth session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York next March.
2015 will mark the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action – a ‘call for concrete action to make a difference’ for woman and girls everywhere.
Responses to the questionnaire “How Are We Doing?” are invaluable as they signal key concerns and issues – ongoing and new – that should be reported to the UN. The Beijing+20 Review Questionnaire has the same questions as were asked nationwide for the Beijing+10 (in 2005) and Beijing+15 (in 2010).
Women of all ages and from all parts of NZ are urged to respond so please share widely to provide a geographically well spread coverage of New Zealand women’s situation. Fill-in the online survey by 30 May 2014 now.
Pacific Women’s Watch can supply more information, and is open to requests for running workshops on the process.
The previous Beijing+15 Review report, January 2010 (PDF 374 KB) is available online.
Photo credit: FDR Presidential Library

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