Recordings of 14 interviews done to mark the 50th anniversary of Women’s Liberation Movement (WLM) in 2020. For the occasion, the Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) run a project, also funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, called ‘Sisters Doing It For Themselves’ to create a unique oral history archive documenting the testimonies of current and past leaders.
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Oral Histories is part of the ‘These Dangerous Women’ community heritage project. It comprises interviews with 8 women who tell fascinating stories about their time at WILPF.
Women Who Meant Business: Stories of early businesswomen who broke the mould. A website maintained by independent researcher Lizzie Broadbent. It includes The FT-She 100 which contains articles and biographies on historic UK women business leaders she has researched. You can sign up to get regular newsletters about the progress of her work.
Gender Equity and Justice Free access (time-limited so take advantage quickly) to articles from SAGE publishing covering gender equity and justice. Topics include labour, health, gender identity and the struggle for rights worldwide.
‘Women Listening to Women: an Oral History of the Bristol Crisis Service for Women’ Access a history of Bristol Crisis Service for Women/Self Injury Support. Between April and October 2021, 22 former volunteers and staff members from Bristol Crisis Service for Women and Self Injury Support were interviewed. The oral histories are on the website […]
Discrimination in the workplace – shocking report from Fawcett society reveals appalling experiences of female BAME workers in workplace. 75% mention suffering racial discrimination in some form.
New WTO Research Database on Trade and Gender, contains information on over 100 research papers produced by WTO members and published by WTO publications or academic journals. These papers cover matters related to gender, trade and tariffs. It will be updated and each paper is indexed by topic and region.
New online exhibition from Europeana containing images taking from Europe’s major national libraries. It includes discussion of early contraception; women pioneers and the connection with feminism, plus photographs of products.
She Stands for Peace is a new site created by The UN Office to the African Union (UNOAU) with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government of Sweden. It provides information and access to resources on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in relation to Africa. One of the key follow-ups […]
Launched by UN Women in partnership with the Australian Government this new site aims to spotlight research and resources relating to gender-responsive disaster risk reduction and resilience. It includes sections with women’s voices, policy document trackers and regional resources. The WRD Library provides access to over 1,400 key resources (from PreventionWeb, UN Women and other sources) […]