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Manawatū's strong women lead debate on gender inequality

Three of Palmerston North's high-achieving women will front an evening meeting to celebrate International Women's Day.

They are all appointed Te Aho Tāmaka leaders, part of a programme set up by the Central Economic Development Agency to celebrate high achievers who credit their Manawatū roots for influencing their success.

The speakers are former Black Fern caption and the only woman on the NZ Rugby board Farah Palmer, NZ national commissioner for UNESCO and former National Council of Women president Vanisa Dhiru, and international businesswoman Linda Jenkinson.


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