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Women's suffrage (New Zealand)

Senior Secondary (Years 11 - 13)

On 19 September 1893 New Zealand became the first self-governing country to enfranchise women or give women the right to vote. Voting rights for women or wom...

Entry last updated: 25/05/22
Elections (New Zealand)

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

General elections (or parliamentary elections) are held every 3 years when New Zealanders get the opportunity to decide who will govern the country. Local el...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Local body elections

Senior Primary (Years 5 - 8)

Local body elections are held every 3 years on the second Saturday in October. This is when people in New Zealand get to choose people for their local counci...

Entry last updated: 26/05/22
Kate Sheppard (1847-1934)

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

Kate Sheppard was born in England on 10 March 1847. She and her family moved to New Zealand in the late 1860s. Kate was a founding member of the Women's Chri...

Entry last updated: 28/04/22
Civil Rights Movement (United States)

Senior Secondary (Years 11 - 13)

The American Civil Rights Movement began in the 1950s. It was a mass protest by African American people against segregation and discrimination based on race ...

Entry last updated: 25/05/22
Government (New Zealand)

Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 10)

New Zealand has a democratic system of government, with elections taking place every three years. The head of government is the Prime Minister. The system of...

Entry last updated: 15/07/22
Singers and musicians (New Zealand)

Senior Primary (Years 5 - 8)

Famous people are people who are well known throughout the world for what they have done. They come from all areas of life, including music, sport, politics,...

Entry last updated: 13/06/22