NACEW

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NACEWNational Advisory Council on the Employment of Women (New Zealand)
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The Families Commission as well as the National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women (NACEW) have suggested further extensions to the eligibility criteria.
NACEW (2008) Priority Improvements to Parental Leave, National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women, Wellington.
NACEW chair Traci Houpapa said women were over-represented in sectors where conditions such as low pay, shift work and physical labour could make things difficult as workers aged.
The NACEW childcare survey will serve as an illustration once again.
NACEW (National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women) (1999) Childcare, Familes and Work: The New Zealand Childcare Survey 1998: A Survey of Early Childhood Education and Care Arrangements for Children, www.nacew.govt.nz/fldPublications/labour_report.pdf.
As Suzanne Snively, the chair of NACEW, pointed out in her opening address, New Zealand women have been campaigning for equal pay since women teachers demanded equal pay in 1893.
The conference proceedings will be published shortly on the NACEW website: www.nacew.govt.nz.
The first day of the conference, June 28, will include presentations by economist and chair of NACEW, Suzanne Snively, on the history of pay equity in New Zealand; chair of the Taskforce on Pay and Employment Equity in the Public Service and Public Health and Education Sectors, Diana Crossan, on the taskforce process; and Canadian public interest lawyer Mary Cornish on the case for pay and employment equity.
NACEW (1990) Beyond the Barriers: The state, the economy and women's employment 1984-1990, National Advisory Council on the Employment of Women, Wellington.