New Zealand University Students' Association

Formed in 1929 and is the national representative body for university students. Its main role is to make representations to central government on issues relevant to students such as welfare and eduation. To begin with it was known as the New Zealand National Union of Students (NZNUS). In 1935 the name was changed to NZUSA. In 2006 NZUSA changed its name from the New Zealand University Students' Association to the New Zealand Union of Students' Association to better reflect its membership and desire to be a national voice for all teritary students in New Zealand.

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Encounter group at the summer university congress at Curious Cove, Marlborough Sounds, 1971
Date: 1971 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Description: All frames show an encounter group at the summer university congress at Curious Cove, run by the N.Z.U.S.A. in Marlborough Sounds. Unless otherwise stated, a...
Date: 1984-1987 From: Women Against Pornography : Records Description: Inward and outward correspondence with general community and political groups; includes universities and schools. Most correspondents and groups entered in t...
Date: 1977 - 1993 From: [Posters collected by Mrs Rona Bailey. 1970-1990s] Description: Includes: Celebrating a decade of the National collective of Women's Refuge. [1991] Ta Keita i Mahi Ai; What Katy did. Te Wahine, te Mahi 1880-1940: Women an...
Date: 2004 By: Tertiary Women's Focus Group (N.Z.) Description: A poster criticising homophobia; it shows the television cartoon character Homer Simpson, who has misheard the word homophobic. Copies of this poster were is...
Date: 1985 Description: Shows portrait of the heads and shoulders of the three performers at the bottom, with the bow of a large ship with the number 35 and a "Ban the Bomb" sign on...
Date: 1977 By: CoAction (Wellington, N.Z.); New Zealand University Students' Association Description: Shows a photograph of a protest march with many banners; their slogans read: "Abortion is a democratic right", "Repeal all abortion laws", "Free our sisters ...
Date: 1966-1975 From: King, Michael (Dr), 1945-2004 : Papers Description: Report by Michael King on an International Student Confedrence (1966) to the NZ University Students Association; university papers on Maori urban migration a...
Date: 1980 By: New Zealand Educational Institute Description: Includes: April Merv's Day. Education cuts today produce the Mervs of tomorrow. Protest against education cuts. National Action Day April 16 [Salient, 31 Mar...
Date: 1981 Description: Includes: Concerned about education? Join the queue /Fergus. Published by the New Zealand University Students' Association, PO Box 9047, Courtenay Place Well...
Date: 1975 From: Richards, Trevor, 1946- : Papers Description: Inward and outward correspondence and other papers relating to HART's relationship with NZUSA Quantity: 1 folder(s).