This file contains a flyer on women in unions. The file includes the Volume 3, Number 3, August 1979 issue of the newsletter, "Sisterhood." The file contains a draft paper on affirmative action and also a discussion paper, "Sexual Harassment in the Workplace." The file includes a document entitled: "The Status of Women within B.C. Federation of Labour affiliated Unions" (November 1987).
This file includes documents entitled: "Vaginal Health. A Series of Articles Written by the Vancouver Women's Health Collective", "Breast Health. A Series of Articles Written by the Vancouver Women's Health Collective".
This file consists of a document relating to the a benefit performance of the play A woman's comedy by Beth Herst for the Times Change Women's Employment Service. It contains flyers. The file includes a workbook, "Times Change: A Career Planning Workbook for Women" a project by Ontario Women's Directorate and Times Change Women's employment service (1994).
This file consists of documents relating to the Ontario Association of International and Transition Houses (OAITH)'s position on various subjects, such as services for battered women and children and the children's law reform act. The file contains briefs, a report and a blank political report card. The file includes "Letters to Bob Rae. Women dying for change" for the annual lobby held in November 23, 1992 by the OAITH..
This file contains records related to the organisation of the Violence Prevention week, to the Workshop "Working Together Against Women Abuse", and to the " Familly Court and Youth Justice Committee Conference".
This file contains records related to VAWIR policy, statement of belief, principles and communuty education plan. It also includes some policies, statements, plan and program from committee members. It includes a job description for the Coordinator, Wife Assault Services, position.
The fonds contains materials received by the Advocacy Centre of Nelson District Community Resources Society, form the local Nelson Violence Against Women in Relationships Committee (VAWIR). The Nelson Violence Against Women in Relationship Coordination Committee (VAWIR) is a committee of service providers and representatives from the sectors involved in preventing and responding to violence against women. The Advocacy Centre was a member of the committee. Their objectives were to improve collaboration, coordination and education around ending around ending violence against women in Nelson. This fonds contains the Advocacy Centre received materials from the Committee.