- GB 1534 LA
- 1963 - 1971
Daughters of Bilitis
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Daughters of Bilitis
CLCBLG administrative and policy records.
Includes: multiple copies of CLCBLG constitution; multiple copies of BLG information pack; CLCBLG job descriptions; CLCBLG grievance procedure; CLCBLG appeals procedure (multiple copies); CLCBLG disciplinary procedure; bundle of master copies of information sheets and recruitment circulars; extract of the Insolvency Act 1986 relating to wrongful and fraudulent trading; roles & responsibilities of Management Committee member; CLC anti-racist policy; CLCBLG Management Committee info pack in brown envelope; and ‘Managing Voluntary Organisations & Community Groups: A Check-list for management committee members’ booklet by Islington Voluntary Action Council.
Assorted press cuttings relating to LGBT+ experiences & issues, including some homophobic and transphobic media coverage of LGBT lives.
Titles include: The Times; The Sun; Daily Star; News of the World; Guardian; Times Literary Supplement; City Limits; Capital Gay, and many others.
Supplementary materials from training courses. Includes training material relating to: heterosexism awareness; Feathers’ Club Leaders’ training weekend (Jun 1985); training for shop stewards about lesbian & gay rights; debunking common myths about lesbians and gays; gender, sexuality and power, and more.
CLCBLG administrative records and related correspondence.
Includes: correspondence and subscription forms from the Interchange Studios National Development Agency & Arts Centre; CLCBLG employee starter pack, including constitution, role descriptions, policies and procedural documents; regulations and room bookings procedure re hire of CLCBLG.
Correspondence with Camden Council Valuer; multiple copies of a Camden Council questionnaire assessing CLCBLG’s accommodation needs (c.1984).
Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group
Folder of incoming and outgoing correspondence for A Woman’s Place (AWP) collective. Correspondents include: Health Secretary (re hospital closures); Omagh Prison; Guildford Area Unemployed People’s Centre; Barking Abbey Comprehensive; Lesbian And Gay Employment Rights (LAGER); Wandsworth Women’s Aid; British Council; Spare Rib; Arab Women’s Group; Asian Women Writers Workshop; Pearl Barley (vegetarian catering); Women’s Rape Action Group; Sisters Against Disablement; The Feminist Archive; Campaign to Improve London’s Transport; Hounslow Trade Union & Support Centre for the Unemployed; Cromer Street Women’s Centre; Pregnancy Advisory Service; Greater London Council; Mental Health Advisory Service.
Also includes: ‘Women & Abortion’ pamphlet from Women’s Abortion & Contraception Campaign (n.d.); flyer for Women & Policing Conference (n.d.); programme for ‘Women and Unemployment: A conference for unemployed women and women workers at centres for the unemployed in the South East; programme for Conference of Women Theatre Directors and Administrators; Women’s Action on Policing programme for weekend event; and related material.
A Woman's Place
Records relating to ultimately unsuccessful attempt to set up a Lesbian Centre in Carol Street (1984-85), including correspondence, memos, building specifications, and related documents.
Material relating to the organisation of International Women’s Day week of festivities in March 1985, coordinated by Camden Women’s Bus and organised by Camden Women’s Bus, Kentish Town Women’s Workshop, Women with Disabilities Group, Cypriot Women’s Centre, Chinese Community Centre, CLC, West Hampstead Women’s Centre, King’s Cross Neighbourhood Centre, Harmood Community Centre, Camden Community Transport, Playbox, Camden Council Women’s Unit, Under 2s Centre, Resources and Information for Girls, and Camden Residents.
Includes event proposal, programme drafts, budget and costings documents, meeting minutes, consultation flyer to gauge needs of women in Camden, and related material.
Camden Women's Bus
Correspondence between CLCBLG members, London Borough of Camden representatives for lettings and vacant buildings, and local MPs, including Anna Bowman and Kate Allen (c.1984-1985).