This invitation is extended to female colleagues, co-workers, members, friends and family to join us in this large female only dancing event.
This is happening in Auckland on Saturday, December 17th for two hours from 3.30-5.30pm
Join us dancing as a group to Donna Summer’s She Works Hard for the Money for a video campaign being shot by Cinematographer of the Year Ginny Loane, directed by Loren Taylor and conceived by Wellington agency Double Denim.
There’s no need to feel intimidated or feel like you might not be a performer. Professional dancers will lead and the moves will be simple and fun! We are hoping for a range of women of all ages, shapes and sizes.
If this sounds like you, please add your email address here. This will allow us to send you the dance address details, what to wear and any health and safety info.
Women are paid, on average 13% less than their male counterparts for work of the same value in this country. If we don’t want our daughters and granddaughters to accept being paid less for doing the same job as our sons and grandsons, it’s up to us to act.
The Council of Trade Unions (CTU) is campaigning to bring attention to this issue via a variety of activities. This video campaign is one of those and the more women who show their support by coming along to dance, the better. Let’s make this fun and engaging for all.
We believe Equal Pay for women is worth our best dance moves.