28 Nov 2018
125 years after NZ Suffrage, Aren't, Can't, Don't looks at why some women are still unable to vote and why it is so difficult for many others to feel like ...
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19 Nov 2018
The story of the women's suffrage movement from the 1890s, following the descendants of the wāhine Māori who were involved in securing the right to vote in NZ.
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09 Oct 2018
125 years after NZ became the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote, VICE investigates what it’s like to be a female politician in 2018.
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01 Oct 2018
VICE examines what it’s like to work across all levels of the sex industry and the ongoing fight to do the job free from prejudice.
26 Sep 2018
‘Daughters of the Migration’ is a telling illustration of the Pacific Island socio political circumstance in Aotearoa, what defines success to our communities, and the paths that are paved.
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24 Sep 2018
Kiwis bring modern relevance to Kate Sheppard's words in this interactive spoken word video, accompanied by a repository of Sheppard's speeches and writings.
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21 Sep 2018
The Funny Girls celebrate 125 years of women getting the vote in NZ by shedding a hilarious light on being a woman in 2018.
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19 Sep 2018
VICE NZ gets up close and personal with a cross section of Aotearoa’s most ferocious female fighters as they prepare for the Lethal Ladies fight meet.
Women’s voices are put front and centre in this panel discussion hosted by Alison Mau, covering issues of ending domestic and sexual violence, health, and pay equity.
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17 Sep 2018
12 episodes sharing the stories of the incredible Kiwi Women who changed the world.
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12 Sep 2018
Presented with humour, power and honesty, Minimum highlights women’s experiences in minimum-wage or undervalued work, demonstrating their strength and resilience.
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11 Sep 2018
This two-part special celebrates the anniversary of Women's Suffrage by following the play, conversations and fascinating challenges that have been set for a group of five and six-year-old girls.
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