While there are many challenges ahead of whānau Māori in these difficult times, the Māori Women's Welfare League are able to support those in need.
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Māori Women's Welfare League want to be included in decision making
Oranga Tamariki has been a hot topic of conversation at the 67th AGM of the Māori Women's Welfare League (Te Rōpū Wāhine Māori Toko i te Ora). League President Prue Kapua says the government must include the league more when making decisions around Oranga Tamariki.
It's never been about me, it's always about we- Dame Areta Koopu
After over 30 years in social services, Mrs Areta Koopu CBE of Ngāti Konohi has today been named a Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit. The Māori Women's Development director is one four Dames and three Knights in the 2019 Queens Birthday Honours.
NUKU: a creative storytelling series about indigenous women
Māori photographer Qiane Matata-Sipu is set to launch NUKU, a creative storytelling series about indigenous women doing things differently.
Panapa honoured with MNZM
Former Māori Women's Welfare League president Christine Panapa will be made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit today.
A new strategy to combat family and sexual violence
For the first time, chief executives from across the public service will be taking collective steps to end family and sexual violence in New Zealand.
Protesters disrupt MWWL National Conference
Māori Women's Welfare League president Prue Kapua and others including Kīngi Tūheitia Paki and league patron Te Makau Ariki Atawhai were blocked from entering the venue of the MWWL National Conference today.
MWWL moving forward at National Conference
The Māori Women's Welfare League National Conference was opened at Rongopai Marae in Te Tairāwhiti, with members being urged not to allow internal conflict to overshadow the responsibility of the organisation and the work that lies ahead.
Ngā Pū Kōrero fostering a new generation of orators
Student speakers from around the country are taking part in Ngā Pū Kōrero Mō Āpōpō national speech competition, held the by the Māori Women's Welfare League Inc.
World's first indigenous crowdfunding platform
Māori are harnessing new entrepreneurial ideas and enticing interested parties to jump on board a new crowdfunding platform called Tā Koha. It's a pilot which has been set up in collaboration with Pledge Me and Māori Women's Development Inc.