This fonds is composed of textual records. It contains documents relating to women in international development groups. It also contains documents relating to feminist theatre groups performing in Canada and Jamaica. The documents include publicity material, project proposals, reports, and correspondence.
This collection consists of various documents collected by Pamela Andrews and related to the feminist movement. It contains pamphlets, a brochure, programs of a benefit concert, of a workshop theatre productions and other materials from various organizations including the Assaulted Women’s Hotline, the DisAbled Women’s Network (DAWN) and the Midwifery Task Group. It also includes photocopied press clippings related to the Direct Action Group’s statements of resistance regarding the Litton bombing and 14 buttons from organizations pertaining mostly to women’s rights and issues such as health, birth control and abortion.
This fonds includes documents written and gathered by Margaret Dwight-Spore, mostly during her time as head of B.EA.V.E.R. and CASH. The records give an overview of the working and social conditions of women in prostitution, the pornography business and burlesque entertainment, and the fight to decriminalize prostitution in Canada. It consists of textual records and graphic material (drawings, a negative and posters).
This fonds consists of material relating to the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). It contains correspondence and notes, minutes, reports, and financial documents related to INWES conferences and meetings. It also contains documents related to ICWES conferences, affiliated organizations and conferences, and individual members of note.
International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES)
This fonds contains material relating to the SWAP group from its formation in 1976 until 2008 and is mostly textual along with some electronic records. It contains administrative records such as meeting minutes, correspondence and financial records and reports as well as member award nominations and SWAP Institute conferences.
Section of Women and Psychology of the Canadian Association of Psychology (SWAP-CPA)