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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Council for the Status of Women Reports/Council Papers
1 Reports
/I 1982-1992, Annual Reports of Annual Conference (not consecutive years)
/ii 1992, First Statement to government
/iii 1971-1990, Report to Council for the Status of Women Meetings, 1971-1990
/iv 1962, Report of 16th Session Commission on the Status of Women
/v General Reports [no date], Progress Reports relating to the visit to the USSR, relating to the National Plan of Action, to the Commission on the Status of Women (United Nations Committee), Employment Equality Report to the Minister

2 Council Papers, 1948-1991
/I History of the Council of the Status of Women
/ii 1948, International Bill of Human Rights
/iii 1970, Equal Pay Bill and Act
/iv 1975, Speeches by R Burke (Minister of Education) and L Cosgrave O'Leary
/v 1973-1995, general papers relating to conferences, seminars and Council for the Status of Women work.

AccessBy prior appointment.

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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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