NZNO members are actively involved in several key campaigns, aimed at collectively building public and political support for our goals.
Click on a logo to visit the campaign page
Other campaigns NZNO supports
It's Our Future
Our government is negotiating an international agreement that could have a huge effect on the lives of ordinary kiwis. It’s called the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), and it involves eleven Asian and Pacific-rim countries, including the United States. If it goes ahead, we risk damage to our innovative economy, our pristine environment, our health, and the ability to shape our own future.
ACC Futures Coalition
The future of the New Zealand accident compensation scheme (ACC) is important to the people of New Zealand – as workers, employers, sportspeople, business people, treatment providers, drivers, parents and citizens.
The ACC Futures Coalition has been established to promote the current model of ACC in view of criticism of the scheme and signals from the government to privatise various ACC accounts and open these to competition.
Find out more at the ACC Futures Coalition website:
For Union resources and background information including the CTU’s July 2011 submission on the Governments proposed ‘privatisation’ of ACC go to the CTU website:
NZNO has formally endorsed the Alcohol Action NZ Campaign which was launched in 2009.
The campaign aims to reduce the social, economic and health burden and costs from alcohol, which are significant in New Zealand.
Further Information is available from the Alcohol Action website:
Fairness at Work
Unions know that times are tough, but cutting workers’ rights, public services, and jobs and wages won’t help get us out of recession – in fact, it’ll make it worse.
Find out more about what’s going on, what your rights are, and what you can do to stop the cuts:
Pay Equity Challenge Coalition
Women are paid at least 12% less than men, in average hourly earnings. NZNO is a member of the Pay Equity Challenge Coalition. We challenge this Government to tell us what their plans are for closing the gender pay gap.
Learn more at the Pay Equity Challenge website:
Download this A4 poster (pdf)