Information papers on Women's Liberation Movement

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- minutes of the office collective held on 27 Feb 1972

- minutes of special meeting of the London Women's Liberation Workshop held on 17 Nov 1973

- circulars for meetings

- notices for marches

- notes of meeting of the Earlham Street Workshop, 2 Apr 1974

- leaflet 'We are still angry. The Women's Liberation Movement protests against the term 'Sex Discrimination Bill' being used for what is only a limited Equal Opportunities Bill.....'

- notices for conferences

- report on conference to agree to setting up Women's Liberation Movement National Information Service and revised constitution

- notes on proposed theory conference at planning meeting on 1 Jun 1974

- minutes of the biannual conference of the Women's Liberation Workshop held on 28 Jun 1975

- typescript 'Some thoughts about the National Information Service'

- typescript 'The numbers game'

- typescript 'Islington women Essex Road Women's Centre', Sep 1973

- typescript 'York Way Women's Centre: Maiden Lane Community Site, Why we quit' article from Camden Tenant, Summer 1973

- typescript 'The Autonomy of the Women's Movement. Introduction' 2 versions, Sep 1973

- typescript 'The four demands - where do we go now?' by Sue Cowley, Aug 1973

- typescript 'On leaving IMG', Sep 1973

- typescript 'Some notes on the history of the movement', Sep 1973

- Women & Psychiatry Group, Women's Conference, Jul 1973

- booklet 'Vrouen Krant' May, 1973 (in Dutch)

- circular letter from Women's Liberation News re the end of WLNews, Apr 1977

- two letters re Women's Liberation News