Sexist? Not us, say those living in rural New Zealand Taumarunui Women’s Refuge community advocate Julie Shaw said in her experience living in a rural location did not necessarily mean you would be subject to more sexism. She had encountered more sexism in cities, she said. “I think sexism isContinue Reading Isolation is the most significant issue in the lives of rural women, and traditional rural women’s groups are unable to fill that void. That was the finding of a student research project from the Lincoln University-run Kellogg’s Rural Leadership Programme by NZ Young Farmers communication manager Nadine Porter. Fifty-sevenContinue Reading