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Concluding Observations, A/49/38, paras. 608-665, 12 April 1994: New Zealand

612. The Government had passed a new Human Rights Act in 1993, extending the grounds of prohibited discrimination. Its grounds would now cover gender issues, including pregnancy, childbirth, sexual harassment, marital and family status, sexual orientation, disability, age, race, religion, employment status and political opinion. The Act would come into force in 1994. (…)

Link to full text of the report: Report-CEDAW-13th,14thsessions-1994-eng