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    Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Women’s Liberation Movement in Britain

    The first Women’s Liberation Movement conference was held in Ruskin College, Oxford in 1970. Women at that conference made four demands: equal pay for equal work; free childcare; free abortion and contraception on demand; and equal education and job opportunities. Fifty years on none of these demands have been full met. Women’s Voice has done a series of posters illustrating each of the four demands. Copies are available for a small donation. If you would like a copy of the poster, please email us on hastingswomensvoice@yahoo.com

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    50 YEARS – and still waiting

    This year marks 50 years since the first national Women’s Liberation Movement conference took place, at Ruskin College, Oxford. The conference drew up four basic demands: equal pay for equal work; equal education opportunities; free contraception and abortion on demand,…