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Women’s Affairs Minister Laila Harré has released for public consultation a draft report on New Zealand’s progress towards implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

I move, that the Parental Leave and Employment Protection (Paid Parental Leave) Amendment Bill be now read a first time.

  • Laila Harré
  • Labour

Hon Laila Harré has tabled the Parental Leave and Employment Protection (Paid Parental Leave) Amendment Bill for introduction to parliament this week.

  • Laila Harré
  • Labour

Good morning, and thank you Mark for the introduction. I’m here this morning to share with you the first round of decisions that have been made regarding a core part of my work as Associate Minister of Commerce, namely the Insolvency Law Review.

  • Laila Harré
  • Commerce

Changes to New Zealand’s insolvency laws will give employees better protection and improve the options open to individuals facing bankruptcy, Associate Commerce Minister Laila Harré announced today.

  • Laila Harré
  • Commerce

From July 1 2002 20,000 working women a year will qualify for 12 weeks paid parental leave following the birth or adoption of a child, Labour Minister Margaret Wilson and Associate Labour Minister Laila Harré announced today.

  • Laila Harré
  • Labour

Associate Labour Minister Laila Harré says four weeks annual leave
will be a key feature of the Alliance's agenda for the remainder of
this parliamentary term.

  • Laila Harré
  • Labour

Good afternoon, and welcome to everyone who has made the time to be here today to discuss how we can work together to find a way forward on the complicated and often misunderstood issues that surround Section 59 of the Crimes Act, and its implications f

  • Laila Harré
  • Youth Affairs

Associate Commerce Minister Laila Harré says residential building has not been excluded from the Construction Contracts Bill.

  • Laila Harré
  • Unassigned Portfolio

How does the New Zealand PPL scheme compare?

Comparisons with overseas paid maternity leave

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Questions and Answers

How much will
this scheme cost?

The annual gross cost of the scheme is estimated at about $57

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Paid Parental Leave:
the healthy choice

Paid Parental Leave
will:

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Paid Parental Leave
and the Parental Tax Credit

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Timeline: The Campaign for Paid Parental Leave

Where did we start?

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Why does New Zealand
need Paid Parental Leave?

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

The New Zealand Scheme

Where did we start?

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Ministerial Foreword

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Women's Affairs Minister Laila Harré has released a report that identifies some of the key inequalities that exist between Maori women, Maori men and Pakeha men and women.

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Women's Affairs Minister Laila Harré has released a report that identifies some of the key inequalities that exist between Maori women, Maori men and Pakeha men and women.

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Women's Affairs Minister Laila Harré has released a report that identifies some of the key inequalities that exist between Maori women, Maori men and Pakeha men and women.

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Good morning, and welcome to the young women who are gathered here this morning to help us bring a day rich in historical significance into a modern context.

  • Laila Harré
  • Women's Affairs

Good morning, and welcome to a forum that may promote constructive and informed discussion on issues relevant to the wellbeing and position of children in New Zealand today.

  • Laila Harré
  • Youth Affairs

New Zealand children made more than 3500 individual submissions to a nationwide consultation on the development of an Agenda for Children.

  • Laila Harré
  • Youth Affairs

Good afternoon, and thank you for the invitation to be here today.

  • Laila Harré
  • Youth Affairs