Women's Liberation conference papers

Archive Unit
  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 106 5WRR/B/01
  • Former Reference
      GB 106 A1
  • Dates of Creation
      1971-1974
  • Physical Description
      1 folder

Scope and Content

Consist of papers from conferences:

- manifesto of the Women's Liberation Workshop, 1971?

- brief history of the Women's Liberation Workshop from 'An introduction to the Women's Liberation Workshop' 1971

- 'Do it yourself' versus the 'Them and us' syndrome from the Ilford Group, 1972

- report on the post-conference visit to Fakenham, Sep 1972

- open letter to all Women's Liberation Groups, Oct 1972, Union of Women for Liberation

- 'Sexism, capitalism and the family' by Rosalind Delmar (Family Study Group), Nov 1972

- report to Annual Conference 1973 ACTT sub-committee on Discrimination against Women

- Statement of aims by Women's Liberation groups in the North Eastern region, Oct 1972

- 'Organisation and demands of the Women's Liberation Movement'

- 'The Libertarian Alternative for Women's Liberation'

- group of papers from 'Wages for Housework', Power of Women Collective, Bristol, Jul 1973

- paper on 'Fertility: economics and ideology' by Babs, Perio and Jane

- notes 'New questions raised in organising this conference', Women's Liberation and Socialism conference, Sep 1973

- summary 'Together we stand' (notes towards a theory of the basis of sexism', Sep 1973

- paper 'Women and the wage system'

- paper 'Wages for housework - what is it base upon and what are its implications?' by Ann Foreman and Linda Simon, IMP, Sep 1973

- note written for Women and Media conference by Peter Lewis, manager, Bristol Channel re Bristol Channel TV and Knowle West, Jul 1974

- paper 'Some thoughts about our exhibition of women power 'Women is art' at the Swiss Cottage Library in London, 7-28 Apr 1974

- relationship to the women's movement? by Bristol Media Workshop from Spare Rib Magazine, Jul 1974