A just society will maintain the rights that women have fought for.
We are women and men who believe in democracy, equality and biological reality. Clarity about sex is critical for safeguarding the human rights of everybody.
The Party honours the women of Aotearoa NZ, who won the right to vote in 1893, the first self-governing nation in the World to legislate women’s suffrage.
The Women’s Rights Party has formed 130 years later out of a concern for the erosion of the rights of women and girls.
We combine this history with the imperative to create a society in which women are autonomous, and all women, men and children can live in harmony with each other to protect the future for our children and their children.
Coalition Agreement sheds light on gender ideology that has captured policy and law making
The coalition agreement heralds the first disruptions in the flow of gender ideology into our schools, universities, public services and sporting bodies here in New Zealandread more
We support the #NoExcuses Campaign to combat violence against women
The Women’s Rights Party is calling on the new Government to fund single-sex shelters, women-only refuges, women-to-women counselling and peer support, all of which are essential in helping survivors leave dangerous relationships. Economic assistance is also vital to enable women and children to safely exit situations where they are dependent financially on an abusive husband or boyfriend.read more
We call for an enquiry into the medicalisation of children with gender dysphorias
While many countries were restricting use of puberty blockers and hormones, New Zealand is becoming more of an outlier in our increasing use of puberty blocking hormones. Lawmakers and medical professionals should be preventing the harm that is occurring in the name of gender identity.read more
Cancel your donations to Wikipedia: It’s a peddler of disinformation
The Wikipedia entry on the Women’s Rights Party makes false and unverifiable claims.read more
Women’s Rights Party an option in the Port Waikato by-election
There are concerns among many voters about the undermining of women’s rights, so why not have a Women’s Rights Party MP in that additional seat?read more