CollectionIrish Housewives Association (Hilda Tweedy Papers)
Collection DescriptionThe Irish Housewives Association (IHA) was formed in 1942, to gain recognition for the right of housewives to play an active part in society. Dr. Hilda Tweedy was the custodian of these records for many years. She was a founder member, and a lifetime member, of the IHA.
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DescriptionInternational Alliance of Women, Workshops/Seminars
Education and Employment Workshops:
1 Community Projects and Leadership Training
/I 1981, Cairo, Egypt, report, 1 file
/ii 1982, New Delhi, India, report, 1 booklet
/iii 1954, Denmark, 4 weeks study on the status of women in the community, 1 file

2 1975-1980, All India Women's Conference, notes on meetings held, 1 file

3 Education and Employment
/I 1982, Helsinki, Finland, `Employment Patterns in the `80s ' workshop, 1 file
/ii 1983, Cyprus, Pancyprian European workshop `Impact of Technology on Women in Employment', 1 file
/iii 1988, United Kingdom, `Sexism in Education', 1 file
/iv 1989, Geneva, JUNIC/NGO programme group `Women: Environment and sustainable development', 1 file.
AccessBy prior appointment.
NoteA specific reference number precedes a description of the document. This, together with the main reference number, is needed to call up each document
Repository NameNational Archives of Ireland
Address8 Bishop Street Dublin 8
EircodeD08 DF85
Telephone(01) 407-2300
Telephone 21890-25-24-24
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