Reimagining Aotearoa Together is a response to the continued failure of government to deal with the inequality and unfairness at heart of Aotearoa New Zealand’s society and economy.

We will be reaching out to workers, tangata whenua, community allies, NGOs and interested New Zealanders to develop transformative policies, and to grow a movement of people who are ready to go out and lobby political parties while building broad public support for the policy changes in the lead up to the next election.  

We need to set out a comprehensive vision for change that can't be ignored by those in power. With all of us working together, we can build an Aotearoa that works for the many.

The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi (NZCTU) is the national representative body for trade unions in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our 30 members represent over 300,000 working people in Aotearoa. Established in 1987, we are advocates for the rights and interests of workers across a range of industries. The focus of our work is to improve working conditions, promote fair wages, and ensure workplace safety. We play a pivotal role in shaping labour policies and advancing social justice initiatives to create a more equitable society for all New Zealanders.