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Workers' reports

CLCBLG workers’ reports, c. late 1980s-early 1990s. Written by CLCBLG workers and members, these reports provide comprehensive written accounts of major developments re: premises, events, administration, outreach, childcare, and other facets of the organisation and operations of CLCBLG.

Workers' reports

CLCBLG workers’ reports. Written by CLCBLG workers and members, these reports provide comprehensive written accounts of major developments re premises, events, administration, outreach, childcare, and other facets of the organisation and operations of CLCBLG between 1984-1987.

Workers' meeting minutes book

CLCBLG minutes of workers’ meetings.

Issues and topics include: safe spaces for Black lesbians and lesbians of colour; workshops and events; budget, fundraising and finances (inc. wages); connections to other community, feminist, and lesbian groups; practical, procedural and logistical issues such as childcare provision, access to premises, accessibility; strategy and direction of CLCBLG.

Workers' Collective correspondence

Incoming correspondence and related material re CLCBLG’s support for (or opposition to) various causes, issues, organisations and individuals. Topics include: social events and activities hosted or supported by CLCBLG; housing and homelessness (e.g. letters from precariously housed women appealing for advice); letters advertising service subscriptions (e.g. newsletters and journals); Camden Community Health Council elections; correspondence and related material re other local women’s centres and LGBTQ organisations, and more.

Women's and LGBTQ health literature

Material relating to women’s health and experiences of (dis)ability, including reports, health guides, newsletters, campaign guides, conference packs.

Includes: ‘Unite’ newsletter from NUS Women’s Campaign (Feb 1987); Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine 8.7 (Jul 1990); publications list, order form (n.d.) and ‘Abortion Care: A Practical Guide’ publication from Women’s Health & Reproductive Rights Information Centre (Sept 1989); ‘The Look After Yourself! Health Guide’ from the Health Education Council (n.d.); conference delegates pack for Promoting Our Health: Britain’s Third National Lesbian & Gay Health Conference (5 Nov 1990); conference delegates pack for Promoting Our Health: Britain’s Second National Lesbian & Gay Health Conference (11 Sept 1989); ‘Health & Welfare in Camden: A Handbook for Elderly People’ by Hampstead Community Health Council et al (Oct 1991); TV-AM ‘Cervical Cancer Campaign’ health awareness booklet (May 1988); Anorexia & Bulimia Nervosa Association (ABNA) newsletter (1988); NUS ‘Women and Health Resource’ briefing 297 (n.d. [c.1980s]); ‘Organisation Building’ resource pack by Agnes Fletcher for Disability Awareness in Action (1994); NUS ‘Women’s Reproductive Rights’ briefing 244 (Spring 1987); ‘Women’s Health & Mental Illness’ broadsheet by London Women & Mental Health Group (n.d. [c.1980s]); minutes of International Lesbian & Gay People of Colour Conference (ILGPOCC) Women’s Caucus (4 Jun 1990); Women’s Health Information Exchange newsletter 11 (Sept 1988); Women’s Health Information Exchange newsletter 1 (1987); London Black Women’s Health Action Project newsletter 6 (Mar 1987); ILGPOCC planning committee minutes (9 Sept 1990); London Black Women’s Health Action Project newsletter 9 (Jun 1988).

Women's and LGBTQ health literature

Resources relating primarily to women’s health issues, including Black and Global Majority women’s health, older women’s health, HIV/AIDs, alcoholism, disability, community mental health, lesbian custody, women’s therapy.

Includes reports, health guides, newsletters, bibliographies, information leaflets from organisations including: Camden Parents’ Forum; Greater London Association of Disabled people (GLAD); Crisis; Enuresis Resource & Information Centre (ERIC); Action for Sick Children; Spinal Injuries Association (SIA); Disability Alliance (DA); Mobility Advice & Vehicle Info Service (MAVIS); Macmillan; Greater London Council; Boadicea: The Voice of Disabled Women in London; UN Children’s Rights Development Unit; Rights of Women (re lesbian custody); Drink Crisis Centre; Newham Alcohol Advisory Service; Women’s Alcohol Centre; ‘Lesbians and Booze… A Political Issue’ essay by Sheila Burns; Lesbian Information Service; Greater London Council Women’s Committee; Royal National Institute for Deaf people (RNID); Women’s Therapy Centre; Positively Irish Action on AIDs (PIAA); Mind; Camden & Islington Health Promotion Department.

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