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1 Social identities and conflicts : women

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5 John stuart Milll

6 Girton College

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10 Around 1910

11 1913

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13 The First World war

14 Oh we don’t want to lose you But we think you ought to go For your King and your country Both need you so! We shall want you and miss you But with all our might and main We shall cheer you hug you kiss you When you come back again

15 1918 women’s football team

16 The first woman to enter parliament, Nancy Astor in 1919

17  It was not until 1929 that the Equal Franchise Act gave the vote to all adult women. Artist: W.K. Haselden Published: Daily Mirror, 27 May 1929

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21 David Steel

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28 Virago

29 1970 Equal Pay Act 1975 Sex discrimination act 1976 Domestic violence Act 1976 Rape Crisis centres

30 Strike at Grunwick

31 Late 1970s punk bands

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33 Greenham Common

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35 Margaret Thatcher and all her ministers in 1980

36 Stella Rimington

37 Tracy Emin

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40 “At the end of 1997, 6 per cent of parochial- incumbent status clergy—or 426 overall—were women, whereas in 2007, 15 per cent, or 974, were women,”

41 2008

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45 The Fawcett Society

46 Fawcette Society T shirts


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