State sector gender stocktake shows rise in proportion of women
The results of the latest annual Ministry for Women gender stocktake of state sector boards and committees shows the participation rate of women on boards and committees was 45.3% at December 2016, up from 43.4% in 2015.
Information for the Ministry of Justice shows that 36.2% of appointed members were women.
The ministry says it counts the ministerial appointments to state sector boards and committees as at 31 December 2016. The data is taken from CAB 51 forms which are produced annually by the Cabinet Office.
The stocktake includes appointments made to state-sector boards and committees considered by the Cabinet Appointments and Honours Committee (APH) or other Cabinet committees, and appointments made by the Governor-General on the recommendation of a minister.
It does not include members who have been elected, appointed as members of professional groups without ministerial right of approval, ex-officio members, or current members of parliament appointees. The stocktake does not include temporary boards or committees which are established for a particular project.
The results for the Minister of Justice show there were 53 applicable boards at 31 December 2016 with 227 Ministerial appointed members, of whom 81 (35.7%) were women.
Of the 60 boards administered by the Ministry of Justice, 115 (36.2%) of the 318 ministerial appointed members were women.
Selected boards or committees administered by Ministry of Justice, 31 December 2016
|Women appointed by Minister||% of Women|
|Accident Compensation Appeal Authority||1||0||0.0%|
|Alcohol Regulatory & Licensing Authority||4||1||25.0%|
|Chief Victims Adviser to Government||1||1||100.0%|
|Human Rights Commission||6||3||50.0%|
|Human Rights Review Tribunal||13||7||53.8%|
|Immigration & Protection Tribunal||19||13||68.4%|
|Independent Police Conduct Authority||3||1||33.3%|
|Judicial Complaints Lay Observer||1||1||100.0%|
|Judicial Conduct Commissioner||2||1||50.0%|
|(Legal Aid) Review Authority||1||0||0.0%|
|Legal Aid Tribunal||4||1||25.0%|
|Legal Complaints Review Officer||3||1||33.3%|
|NZ Lawyers and Conveyancers|
|Public Protection Order Review Panel||6||3||50.0%|
|Public Prosecution Order Review Panel||6||3||50.0%|
|Real Estate Agents Authority||7||4||57.1%|
|Real Estate Agents Disciplinary|
|Trans-Tasman Occupations Authority||8||4||50.0%|
|Weathertight Homes Tribunal||7||2||28.6%|
|Wharerata Forest Ltd||2||2||100.0%|
Last updated on the 16th September 2019