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Labour History Project 74, November 2018

The special-themed November 2018 edition of the LHP Bulletin—’Pay Equity and Equal Employment Opportunity’—put the history of the “gender pay gap” into conversation with other barriers to employment and fair wages, and explored past and present campaigns to address intersecting structural inequalities, and efforts for change.

Feature articles

Utu, Capitalism and Wage Justice — Kassie Hartendorp
Wage Justice for the Lowest Paid — Lyndy McIntyre
Suffrage 125 -Unfinished Business: Campaigns for Pay Equity and Equal Employment Opportunity — Cybèle Locke
Equal Pay Amendment Bill 2018 — Linda Hill
Mana Wahine – the Kaupapa Inquiry Programme — Tania Te Whenua
Mana Wahine Claim is Go — Linda Hill
Pay Equity Continuum — Margaret Ledgerton
Why is there a Disability Wage Gap? — Hilary Stace
The Un(der)employment of Trans People in New Zealand — Will Hansen
Equal Pay Settlement Stories from E tū Members — Nicole Stewart, Etevise Ioane, Marianne Bishop, Rasela Mulitala & Paongo Sione Tea-Havilia
Union Family — Eva Hartshorn-Sanders


But I Changed All That: “First” New Zealand Women by Jane Tolerton — Reviewed by Sue Shone