The fifty women of influence

Lizzie ‘F**k Marvelly

We have been asked who exactly the 50 so-called women of influence are who signed the virtue signalling letter to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in order to make political?capital off the death of a young?tourist.

It turns out there are actually ONLY 43 women who have put their names to the letter the rest are organisations.

  1. Rt Hon. Helen Clark,
  2. Rt Hon. Dame Jenny Shipley,
  3. Dame Silvia Cartwright,
  4. Theresa Gattung CNZM,
  5. Jennifer Ward-Lealand ONZM,
  6. Ranjna Patel ONZM, QSM,
  7. Joan Withers,
  8. Cecilia Robinson,
  9. Lizzie Marvelly,
  10. Laura O?Connell-Rapira,
  11. Alison Mau,
  12. Sarah Paykel ONZM,
  13. Annette Presley ONZM,
  14. Paula Penfold,
  15. Nadia Lim,
  16. Jackie Clark (The Aunties),
  17. Mihingarangi Forbes,
  18. Mich?le A?Court,
  19. Anika Moa,
  20. Urzila Carlson,
  21. Dr Karanina Sumeo,
  22. Dr Siouxsie Wiles,
  23. Anya Satyanand,
  24. Marianne Elliott,
  25. Anna Guenther,
  26. Matilda Rice,
  27. Kimberley Crossman,
  28. Linda Jenkinson,
  29. Wendy Thompson,
  30. Bridgette Jackson,
  31. Rochelle Sheldon,
  32. Vanisa Dhiru,
  33. Prue Kapua,
  34. Nicole Skews-Poole,
  35. Anna Dean,
  36. Angela Meyer,
  37. Lani Evans,
  38. Nicola Woodward,
  39. Ta?ase Vaoga,
  40. Tania Sawicki Mead,
  41. Sofia Ambler,
  42. Sue Dunmore,
  43. Rebecca Stewart,
  44. National Council of Women New Zealand,
  45. Amnesty International New Zealand,
  46. M?ori Women?s Welfare League,
  47. JustSpeak,
  48. ActionStation,
  49. Aviva,
  50. Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation,
  51. Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation,
  52. Rape Prevention Education,
  53. InsideOUT, Auckland Women?s Centre,
  54. Wellington Rape Crisis,
  55. YWCA Auckland,
  56. Victoria University of Wellington Students? Association,
  57. YouthLaw Aotearoa
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