Government Challenge to Mana Wahine

Nā te Perehitini, Prue Kapua In July 2019 the Minister for Women announced with some pride the allocation by Government of $6.2m to put together a specialist team to work alongside Te Puni Kokiri in co-ordinating a Government response and participation in the Waitangi...

Ihumātao – Where does the blame lie?

Nā te Perehitini, Prue Kapua “Ihumātao is not a clash between kaumātua and rangatahi. It is a clash between those exercising kaitiakitanga and those who have learned to live with compromise”. It is intriguing to see how quickly the public perception of the issues...

Nau mai, haere mai

As the only National Maori Women’s organisation, Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora (Maori Women’s Welfare League Inc.) drive outcomes for wahine, whanau and tamariki. Our Constitution is our guiding document and our objects are the beacons which set the tasks for us to strive and achieve the well-being of wahine Maori and their whanau.

Branches are the foundation of the whole League movement and are formed out of a common purpose or interest. We are community based, essentially voluntary, and respond to the need in our communities.  

A message from our National President – Prue Kapua

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