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A Woman's Place (AWP)

Series contains material relating to A Woman's Place (AWP), a feminist collective and women's resource centre based at the Greater London Council-owned Hungerford House, Victoria Embankment, London. AWP was active from the early 1970s to around 1986, when the GLC (who funded their activities) was abolished by Margaret Thatcher's administration; during its lifespan, AWP was an invaluable information and resource hub for women.

Series includes meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, research reports, flyers and posters for feminist and lesbian feminist events, questionnaires, health literature, and more. File 4/3 Related feminist and women's material includes a sizeable collection of material relating to local, national and international women's campaigns, including newsletters and health literature.

A Woman's Place

Funding

Material relating to grants and funding for A Woman’s Place (AWP), including meeting minutes and correspondence from the Voluntary Sector Forum, London Boroughs Grants Committee, London Voluntary Service Council, and AWP budget for 1985/6.

A Woman's Place

Membership and events

Material relating to membership and events for A Woman’s Place (AWP). Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, completed membership/affiliation forms, and material (programme and minutes) relating to International Women’s Day 1981 events.

A Woman's Place

Women and Housing subgroup

Material relating to Women & Housing group [a subgroup of AWP]. Includes incoming correspondence from interested women and women’s groups from across the UK, Women & Housing meeting minutes, questionnaire on statutory homes and hostels for single adults, meeting minutes for London Borough of Haringey Housing Committee (1978), and related material.

A Woman's Place