Cork Women's Collective Policy Document

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Title

Cork Women's Collective Policy Document

Subject

Feminism

Description

Policy Document of the Cork Women's Collective, a feminist group established in Cork in late 1978 / early 1979. The Policy Document outlines the group's minimum demands in relation to Employment, Health and Social Welfare, Sexuality, Abortion, Family Law, Violence Against Women, Education, Childcare and Rural Women.
Scanned 2015-11-05 by Orla Egan (600 dpi, 24-bit colour). 3 JPEGs 4.2 MB, 3 MB, 2.5 MB

Creator

Cork Women's Collective

Source

Arthur Leahy Collection / Cork Women's Collective Box

Date

c. 1979

Rights

Digitising these community resources in a publicly accessible digital archive can be seen as fair dealing and reasonable use of these materials (as defined in the 2000 Irish Copyright Act) and in keeping with the ethos and purpose with which they were produced. In addition to this, Permission to Use has also been granted by the owners of the collections and by the relevant community organisations. Items in this digital archive are covered by a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No-Derivatives License. Please credit Orla Egan, Cork LGBT Archive and provide a link back to this site

Format

Three typed pages.

Language

eng

Type

Text
Policy Document

Coverage

1979
Cork City, County Cork

Files

CorkWomensCollectivePolicyDocumentP1.jpg
CorkWomensCollectivePolicyDocumentP2.jpg
CorkWomensCollectivePolicyDocumentP3.jpg

Citation

Cork Women's Collective, “Cork Women's Collective Policy Document,” Cork LGBT Archive, accessed October 19, 2017, http://corklgbtarchive.com/items/show/111.