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Yugoslavian Macedonia

Personal author: Wilson, Francesca M., 1888-

Publisher: London : Women's International League
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Work among women

Publisher: London : Communist Party of Great Britain
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Women's work in 1937

Corporate author: International Labour Office
Publisher: Geneva : International Labour Office
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Women's work in 1936

Corporate author: International Labour Office
Publisher: Geneva : International Labour Office
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Women's work in 1935

Corporate author: International Labour Office
Publisher: Geneva : International Labour Office
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Women's work for the Church

Personal author: Hippisley, Evelyn W

Publisher: Unknown : Anglican Group for the Ordination of Women to the Historic Ministry of the Church
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Women's Resource Centre

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  • 2019-2020

This collection includes the born-digital records of the The Women's Resource centre (WRC).

WRC is the UK leading umbrella body for the women’s sector. Its membership and networks include predominantly small local specialist women’s organisations.

WRC was established in 1984, originally as a network of teaching professionals to promote anti-sexist, anti-racist teaching materials in the educational curriculum and eventually evolved in to a women's centre. In response to consultation with organisations in the women’s voluntary and community sector (WVCS) in the late 1990s, WRC took on its current role as an umbrella body providing capacity building and support for women’s organisations, and registered as a charity in 1998.

WRC takes its position from the historical context of the Women’s Liberation Movement.

For more information, explore the WRC website and its history page.

Women's Resource Centre (WRC)

Women's progress towards equality in government services : Changing Africa : International reforms : report of twelfth Annual conference held on May 26th; 27th and 28th; 1936; at YWCA Central Club; Great Russell Street; London

Corporate author: British Commonwealth League Annual Conference London
Publisher: London : the League
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