NZ Trade & Enterprise recently featured Yu Mei as a success story for building omni-channel retail and pivoting during lockdown; highlighting how the brand sold 600 units in 17 minutes during an online event in 2020. In 2020, Jessie rallied her business networks to raise $51,590 for the Wellington City Mission through the ‘Bags for All’ collaboration. adult store -of-its-kind initiative offered Yu Mei bags for sale at the Mission’s second-hand store, generating funds and awareness. Jessie devised a novel way of maximising returns for the charity, spreading the production costs across a number of Wellington businesses via sponsorship, leveraging her brand, community of customers and business networks. Julia Střelou is a poet whose writing centres on female empowerment, particularly for victims of domestic violence. She has more than 46,000 social media followers and speaks openly about her own experiences with domestic violence, encouraging other women to speak up.
Kate Gatfield-Jeffries co-founded the Women in Law mentoring programme in 2019, which has supported more than 500 women and increased the diversity of entrants into Auckland Law School and the legal profession. The programme includes a confidential selection process to support diversity, and pairs mentees with senior female students to provide support. It is the largest student-led mentoring initiative for wāhine at the University of Auckland. Kate has helped launch similar programmes in the University of Auckland Business School, Global Studies Faculty and in India. Fiona McTavish has used her influence to create greater gender equality internally and strengthen the council’s relationship with Māori since 2018.
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Play Therapy recognises that play is children’s natural mode of communication and learning. Stephenson’s (2011) research on how children created their own curriculum experiences indicated that children may seek their collective interest. As Corsaro (2011, as cited in Moore, 2015) explained, children’s underlife exists alongside and in reaction to official rules that contradict their choice of play. Delaney (2017) demonstrated in her case study that banning violently themed play did not eliminate this interest but drove children to hide their play from educators, and their underlying intentions could result in a higher risk of unsupervised aggression. Rosen (2015) interpreted this use of power through examinations on the “taken-for-granted power relations” (p. 235) between adults and children.
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When the general election caused delays, she ensured that animal welfare continued to be monitored. When the shortage became acute in the North Island, she helped South Island shearers heading north to support their colleagues. A long-time shearing contracting business co-owner, Carolyn Clegg is also vice president of the New Zealand Shearing Contractors Association. During COVID-19 border closures, the shearing industry was faced with the prospect of significant worker shortage. Carolyn rallied the industry; firstly, she petitioned the Ministry for Primary Industries for a class border exemption to bring in a small number of highly skilled workers, and then, once her advocacy paid off, worked to get these workers to New Zealand.
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