Councillors have something to say on Women’s Day

Published: Fri 8 Mar 2019 02:44 PM
Councillors have something to say on International Women’s Day
Auckland Council’s seven female councillors have shared their thoughts on the importance of the role of women in democracy and governance.
“Having more women in decision-making is vital if councils are to reflect the population they serve and be truly representative. It’s time to develop our own old girl’s network to ease women’s route into elected office. Men have been doing it for years!” – Councillor Cathy Casey.
For full details visit OurAuckland.

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