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GB 1534 JBS/3/3 · File · 1907
Part of Josephine Butler Society

Josephine Butler memorial notices and related materials, including newspaper clippings, minutes of the Friends' Abolitionist Association on her death, notices requesting attendance at a commemorative public meetings, memorial addresses, and correspondence

Josephine Butler Society
The Shield
GB 1534 JBS/4/1 · File · 1897 - 1970
Part of Josephine Butler Society

A monthly publication from the Association of Moral and Social Hygiene and the Josephine Butler Society discussing sex work and sexual health.

Josephine Butler Society
The Dawn
GB 1534 JBS/4/2 · File
Part of Josephine Butler Society

A collection of the quarterly 'sketch of the progress of work' of the British, Continental and General Federation for the abolition of the state regulation of vice. Edited by Josephine Butler

Josephine Butler Society
Newsletters
GB 1534 JBS/4/4 · File · 1994 - 1999
Part of Josephine Butler Society

Josephine Butler Society newsletter and summary of seminar - 'Under age prostitution: new approaches'

Josephine Butler Society
Mailings
GB 1534 SWA/1/05/09 · File · 1993 - 1995
Part of Scottish Women's Aid Collection

This file contains mailings that were sent out from Scottish Women's Aid and often included copies of meeting minutes and other material.

GB 1534 SWA/1/06/2 · File · 2004-02
Part of Scottish Women's Aid Collection

This series of legal information leaflets is an updated version of those previously published by Scottish Women's Aid [SWA/1/06/1]. We do not have a full series - there are 11 leaflets in total, and we are missing 6: Your right to alternative accommodation.

1/1: Introduction - Women, Domestic Abuse, and the Law
2/2: Your right to protection from abuse in your own home
3/3: Your right to remain in, or return to, your own home
4/4: Your right to have your abusive partner excluded from your home
5/5: Your right to continuing protection from an abusive partner
6/7: Your right to keep your family home
7/8: Your right to exercise your parental responsibilities and rights
8/9: Your right to a divorce
9/10: Your right to financial help from your partner
10/11: Stalking Law in Scotland