Announcing the launch of our new Global Women website

We are excited to announce the launch of Global Women’s new website! Our goal with this newly designed site is to create an even stronger network of diversity and inclusion champions around Aotearoa New Zealand.

 

 

To empower you to create change we have made it easier to find our shared knowledge and resources. We have also increased our focus on showcasing role models and te whanaketanga o ngā kaihautū (leadership development) opportunities, to support talented women and minorities to rise.

Homepage

You will find the latest diversity and inclusion news at the top of the homepage of our website. Below that are nine key topics that you can dive straight into for factsheets, interviews and articles, from increasing diversity on boards to implementing flexible working. You can also sign up to our monthly insights newsletter straight from our homepage.

Partners | A Mātou Pānga

Our principal and major partner organisations are profiled in the new website, complete with relevant articles and interviews to find out more about what the company is doing to achieve diverse and inclusive leadership.

Members | Ngā Mema

The new website makes it easier for members to connect with one another, with contact information available once members log in. The public members area of the website provides clarity on the criteria for becoming a member, along with our members’ collective purpose. An all-new Puna Mema (Members’ Portal), with a secure login, will launch in early 2019 with personalised information for members.

Social Media | Whai mai

The site contains integrated social media buttons for LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to enable you to easily share the latest insights with your networks. We are constantly updating our Tūhura (Discover) area with articles, fact sheets, company announcements and ngā hui (events).

We would love to hear your feedback and pātai on our new website, particularly if there’s anything you love or would like to see improved. Whakapā mai at Annabel.coxon@globalwomen.org.nz.

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