Cook Islands Party says it will develop affordable childcare

Cook Islands Party spokesperson for Gender and Social Development Albert Nicholas. Picture: RNZ

RAROTONGA, 16 MAY 2018 (COOK ISLANDS NEWS) – If it is returned to government in the June 14 election, the Cook Islands Party will look into “the unexplored frontier” of paid work being a right for women who currently do countless hours of unpaid work looking after children, those with special needs, and the elderly. […]

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