Our Groups

Ready to take a more active role in the National Party?  

We encourage National Members to join our Special Interest Groups and Policy Advisory Groups. Look through the various groups here and click to learn more. 

We look forward to working with you more closely as we advocate and shape policy in New Zealand.

POLICY ADVISORY GROUPS

The National Party is proud to have a strong membership which develops meaningful policy proposals and research for the benefit of New Zealanders.

To support policy development work, National has established a number of Policy Advisory Groups (PAGs), focused on specific policy areas. These include Economy, Infrastructure & Technology; Education, Arts and Sport; External Relations and Security; Social Communities and Housing; Primary Industries and Environment; Health COVID-19 and ACC; and Justice, Treaty and Governance Policy Advisory Groups.

You can see more information below. We encourage you to apply to join groups that are of particular interest to you.

Social Communities and Housing

Help National develop policy to make New Zealand the best place in the world to live, work, and raise a family, with a world-class social development system.

External Relations and Security

Help National develop policy to ensure New Zealand remains a safe, competitive and thriving country, that is open to the world.

Education, Arts and Sport

Help National develop policy to enhance New Zealand’s globally recognised education system, and support our arts and sports sectors.

Primary Industries and Environment

Help National develop policy that reflects the sustainability and competitiveness of the primary sector and balance the needs of protecting and enhancing our natural environment. 

Health, COVID-19 and ACC

Help National develop policy that creates an efficient, state-of-the-art health system that provides for all New Zealanders. Particularly when it comes to our response to COVID-19.

Justice, Treaty and Governance

Help National deliver powerful and targeted social investment policy which reduces crime, improves community safety, and upholds a partnership approach to governance in New Zealand.