|Marching On is the second volume of Sonja Davies' autobiography|
|Member of the New Zealand Parliament
1987 – 1993
|Preceded by||Fraser Colman|
|Succeeded by||Trevor Mallard|
|Born||11 November 1923|
|Died||12 June 2005(aged 81)|
Sonja Davies ONZ (11 November 1923 – 12 June 2005) was a New Zealand trade unionist, peace campaigner, and Member of Parliament. On 6 February 1987 Davies was the third appointee to the Order of New Zealand.
Involvement in Unions
Davies helped to found the Working Women's Council, and in 1974 she became the first female executive of the Federation of Labour.
Member of Parliament
|Parliament of New Zealand|
Her autobiography, Bread and Roses: Her Story, (ISBN 1-86953-162-0), was turned into a film in 1994. Directed by Gaylene Preston), the film was also called Bread and Roses. A second volume of autobiography, Marching On (ISBN 1-86941-296-6) was published in 1997.
- "The Order of New Zealand" (12 February 1987) 20 New Zealand Gazette 705 at 709.
|New Zealand Parliament|
|Member of Parliament for Pencarrow
1987 – 1993
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