BPW Tamaki was founded in 1967 and has enjoyed many notable successes over the years including actively lobbying for a range of bills from Matrimonial Property through to Prostitution Law Reform and Flexible Working Hours.
As a club we help women achieve professional and personal goals through programs, workshops, networking and friendships. This is achieved through monthly meetings and other sponsored activities.
In 2013, BPW Tamaki was very successful in obtaining three awards at Conference in Hawera. These awards were Club of the Year, The Anne Todd Bell Issues Awards and the Daphne Chapman Award was awarded to member Lorraine Cameron.
In 2014 at the Conference in Wellington Joan Bielby won the Daphne Chapman Award.
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Submissions by BPW NZ for 2019 7th January 2019 - Submission - Criminal Cases Review Commission Bill 23rd January 2019 - Review of Prostitution ByLaw 2009 - Hamilton City Council 29th January 2019 - Submission - SIA EU New Zealand 13th March 2019 - New Zealand UPR...read more
BPW Franklin November 2018read more
2018 BPW NZ Submissions 7th February 2018 - Submission on the Review of the Property (Relationships) Act 1976 29th March 2018 - Submission to the Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2018 11th May 2018 - Submission on the Employment Relations (Triangular Employment)...read more
2017 31st January 2017 - Submission on Education (update) Amendment Bill 28th April 2017 - Submission on Domestic Violence - Victim's Protection Bill 11th May 2017 - Submission on the Draft Employment (Pay Equity and Equal Pay) Exposure Bill 18th May 2017 -...read more
Entries for the 6th Annual YWCA Equal Pay Awards are now open. YWCA are celebrating, encouraging and motivating all New Zealanders to be part of the equal pay movement. This year YWCA have introduced six new award categories to their list of awards. If you would like...read more
We collect monthly, toiletries and sometimes children’s books and toys for Eastern Women’s Refuge
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