Alice May Palmer
Alice May Palmer (1886–1977) was a New Zealand public servant, union official and equal pay campaigner. She was born in Gordon, Southland, New Zealand in 1886.
Nándor Tánczos
Nándor Steven Tánczos (born 29 May 1966), a member of the New Zealand Parliament from 1999 to 2008, represented the Green Party as a list MP. He briefly lost his seat in the 2005 General Election, but...
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Lily May Atkinson
Lily May Atkinson (née Kirk, 29 March 1866 – 19 July 1921) was a New Zealand temperance campaigner, suffragist and feminist.
She was born in Auckland, New Zealand on 29 March 1866, the daugh...
Freda Mary Cook
Freda Mary Cook (9 November 1896–20 January 1990) was a New Zealand community worker, socialist, feminist, peace activist, social reformer and teacher. She was born in Alvescot, Oxfordshire, Eng...
Larry Baldock
Larry Baldock (born 1954) is a New Zealand politician. He was a member of Parliament for the United Future New Zealand party from 2002 to 2005. Before entering national politics, he served on the Taur...
John Minto
John Minto (b. c.1953) is a New Zealand based political activist known for his involvement in various left-wing groups and causes, most notably Halt All Racist Tours. A 2005 documentary on New Zealand...
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Caroline Sarah Low
Caroline Sarah Low (23 March 1876–10 August 1934) was a New Zealand teacher, social reformer and peace campaigner. She was born in Loburn, North Canterbury, New Zealand on 23 March 1876.
Doris Adelaide Palmer
Doris Adelaide Palmer QSM (née Canham, 21 August 1898 – 17 April 1993) was a New Zealand clerical worker, political activist and welfare worker. She was born in Auckland, New Zealand in 1898. Sh...
Whina Cooper
Dame Whina Cooper ONZ DBE (9 December 1895 – 26 March 1994) was a respected kuia (Māori leader), who worked for many years for the rights of her people, and particularly to improve the lot of Mā...
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Alice Bush
Alice Mary Bush (7 August 1914 – 12 February 1974) was a pioneering New Zealand female physician, pediatrician and activist for family planning services and abortion access.
Born in 1914, Al...
Ivan Tomašević (activist)
Ivan Tomašević (1897–1988) was a notable New Zealand labourer and political activist. He was born in Košarni Do, a village near Orebić, Croatia in 1897.
Margaret Forbes
Margaret Forbes (c.1807–13 January 1877) was a New Zealand innkeeper and land protester. She was born in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland on c.1807.
Tim Selwyn
Tim Selwyn (born 1974, Takapuna) is a New Zealand political activist who was found guilty of sedition on 8 June 2006, the first person charged with sedition in New Zealand for more than 30 years. He i...
A. N. Field
Arthur Nelson Field (1882–1963) was a New Zealander accused of being a white supremacist, anti-Semite and neofascist.Born in Nelson he was the first son of four children born to Tom Field and Jessica ...
Mary Ann Colclough
Mary Ann Colclough (20 February 1836–7 March 1885) was a New Zealand feminist and social reformer. She was born in London, England on 20 February 1836. She contributed to various colonial newspa...