New Zealand Labour Party

Louisa Wall

List MP based in South Auckland

“I’m honoured to represent the people of New Zealand as a Member of Parliament and will continue New Zealand’s proud human rights tradition by ensuring all people are treated with freedom and equality within our law.”

Louisa Wall


Manurewa electorate office

09 267 0934

265 Great South Road, Manurewa, Auckland
PO Box 75104, Manurewa, Auckland 2243

Parliamentary office

04 817 8865

Freepost PO Box 18 888
Parliament Buildings, Wellington 6160

Louisa Wall

Meet Louisa

Ngati Tuwharetoa, Ngati Hineuru, Waikato Iwi

Passionate about human rights and equality, Louisa is committed to developing initiatives that benefit our society and protect the rights of our most vulnerable so that all New Zealanders live with equal dignity and rights.

A strong advocate for women’s rights, Louisa has upheld these rights with initiatives such as a campaign with Countdown, partnering with Salvation Army, to supply menstrual products to women in need. As co-chair of Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians, Louisa has led work to address issues of sexism, harassment and bullying in the workplace. She wants to see an end to practices of child brides and FGM, and to promote pay equity and pay transparency.

Louisa is a passionate advocate for our rainbow community and brought about marriage equality in New Zealand with the Marriage Amendment Act in 2013. She works hard to ensure LGBTIQ rights are upheld in New Zealand and globally, where she advocates for homosexual law reform to realise the human rights of LGBTIQ people worldwide.

A former New Zealand netball and rugby representative, Louisa is committed to sport and is co-captain of the NZ Parliament Parly Ferns Netball Team. Louisa has worked with NZ Rugby on issues of sexism, racism and homophobia, and has successfully campaigned for women to be represented on the NZ Rugby Board. Louisa is a foundation board member of Women in Sport Aotearoa, which aims to provide advocacy, leadership and research to ensure women and girls are valued, visible and influential in sport.

Louisa is chair of the Health Select Committee, a member of the Foreign Affairs Defence and Trade Committee, a member of the Parliamentary Friends of West Papua and NZ Co-Chair of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China.

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