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What’s on in Auckland this International Women’s Day

What’s on in Auckland this International Women’s Day

Celebrate International Women's Day for 2020 by attending one of these events in Auckland.

What’s on in Auckland this International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day panel and networking

What: A panel discussion and networking event to hear about amazing women, their experiences and their successes.

Where: The Pavilion, University of Auckland

When: 9:00am-11:30am, 8 March

 

EthNix Links International Women’s Day event

What: EthNix Links in collaboration with ethnically diverse women and sponsors invite women of all diversity to celebrate and strengthen each other at this exclusively women-only event. Will include guest speakers and raffle prizes.

Where: New Lynn Community Centre

When: 2:00pm-5:30pm, 8 March

 

Women’s Work

What: Women’s Work is a photographic exhibition by the women of the Advertising and Illustrative Photographers Association (AIPA) celebrating the work of women photographers whose creative innovation has earned them commercial success in a highly competitive world.

Where: Ellen Melville Centre

When: 6-9 March

 

Each for Equal: Our Stories

What: Auckland Council has teamed up with Humans of South Auckland (HOSA) to mark International Women’s Day with a photo exhibition featuring the images and stories of inspiring wāhine.

Where: Waitākere Central Library, Manukau Library, Takapuna Library and Pukekohe Library

When: 1-31 March

 

Milk & Honey International Women’s Day music festival

What: Returning for its second year, Milk & Honey Music Festival will celebrate International Women’s Day with a free festival at Silo Park.

Where: Silo Park

When: 12:00-6:30pm, 8 March

 

Human Rights Commission International Women’s Day event with Helen Clark

What: The Human Rights Commission invites you to a panel discussion regarding “Gender and Economic Equality for Women in New Zealand: Progress and Challenges”. The discussion will be chaired by former prime minister Helen Clark.

Where: Human Rights Commission Auckland Office

When: 11:00am-12:45pm, 10 March

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