WOMEN S SUFFRAGE IN NEW ZEALAND PROFESSOR GRIMSHAW PATRICIA
List of suffragists and suffragettes - Wikipedia
Gudrun Løchen Drewsen (1867–1946) – Norwegian-born American women's rights activist and painter, promoted women's suffrage in New York City; Betzy Kjelsberg (1866–1950) – co-founder of the Norwegian Association for Women's Rights (1884), the National Association for Women's Suffrage
Vice-Chancellor's comment, Otago Magazine, University of
Vice-Chancellor's comment Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne discusses the celebration of women’s suffrage in New Zealand and the many firsts for women at Otago. All across New Zealand, we are celebrating women’s suffrage. On 19 September, I participated in the planting of a white camellia in the garden next to Marama Hall.
Women in NZ: a country of firsts
The University of Auckland's Jennifer Curtin reflects on 125 years of women's suffrage in New Zealand . On September 19 the country celebrated 125 years of New Zealand women winning the right to vote with the passing of The Electoral Act in 1893.
From struggle to celebration: Women in Science - The
In September, to commemorate 125 years of Women’s Suffrage in New Zealand, we obtained permission from University Council to temporarily rename our schools, departments and the faculty itself to honour alumnae of note, who have been pivotal to the history of science in New Zealand and beyond.
The power of the purse: Women and money | Ministry for Women
The Suffrage 125 celebration is being led by the Ministry for Women, New Zealand Minitatanga mō ngā Wahine in partnership with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Women in NZ: a country of firsts - The University of Auckland
Opponents to suffrage were unconcerned – they believed women were unlikely to enrol to vote because they were ‘constitutionally’ uninterested in politics. However, as Patricia Grimshaw’s seminal book, Women’s Suffrage in New Zealand, reveals: what may have seemed a daunting task, was to prove a rewarding one for women.
Stories of women's activism - Suffrage 125 | NZHistory
New Zealand women won the right to vote in 1893. One hundred and twenty five years on, the Suffrage 125 celebration provides an opportunity to remember the suffragists and what they fought for, and to reflect on women’s rights in the 21st century.
Women's suffrage in Wales - Wikipedia
OverviewThe history of women's suffrage in WalesSuffragists vs. militancyHow Welsh was Welsh suffrageWelsh suffragistsWomen's suffrage in Wales has historically been marginalised due to the prominence of societies and political groups in England which led the reform for women throughout the United Kingdom. Due to differing social structures and a heavily industrialised working-class society, the growth of a national movement in Wales grew but then stuttered in the late nineteenth century in comparison with that of England. Nevertheless, distinct Welsh groups and individuals rose to prominence and were vocal inSee more on enpedia · Text under CC-BY-SA license
Sex, Gender, Power | Ministry for Women
The University of Auckland’s first female Professor of Politics and International Relations will give her inaugural lecture at the University on the eve of the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage.
New Zealand was the first country to grant women suffrage
125 YEARS ago today Aotearoa New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant all women the right to vote. The event was part of an ongoing international movement for women to exit from an inferior position in society and to enjoy equal rights with men.