Nga mihi mahana kia koutou katoa. The 2017 Remit Register is available for viewing online. Please read the remits. We will be updating the register quarterly so that you are all informed. Please give the Kaiwhakahaere a call if you have any questions. read more ….
65th National Conference Aotea 2017
Maori Women’s Welfare League 65th National Conference will be hosted by Aotea at TSB Stadium, 1 Rogan Street, Welbourn, New Plymouth from Wednesday 27 September 2017 to Saturday 30 September 2017.
Guest Speakers and Programme
Before then, those attending conference including invited dignitaries can enjoy the talents of keynote speaker Professor Cindy Kiro and guest speakers that include Her Excellency Dam Patsy Reddy GNZM Governor-General of New Zealand, Dame Susan Devoy, Moana Jackson, Sir Geoffrey Palmer and Andrew Butler. For more information please download the full programme.
Join the League
With league membership fees as low as $10 each for women, and only $1 each for girls/rangatahi, Maori Women’s Welfare League is very accessible and there are plenty of opportunities for those who choose to join. http://mwwl.org.nz/membership/join-the-maori-womens-welfare-league/
Letter received from Ministry of Primary Industries dated 14 June 2017 on the consultation on proposed National Environmental Standard for Marine Aquaculture. To read click on link below:
The New Zealand Drug Foundation is holding a parliamentary symposium in July, Through the Maze: Healthy Drug Law. We are bringing together some amazing speakers and thinkers for this symposium.
Wednesday, 5 July, 2017 – Thursday, 6 July, 2017
Banquet Hall, Parliament, Wellington
The new Ministry for Vulnerable Children was launched last week.
Prue Kapua, National President from the MWWL spoke with Dale Husband.