Archives box 2 Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement, general (from Linda Edgerton and Ann Hope), includes envelope about the visit of Vinie Burows [chairperson of the United Nations NGO committee on Southern Africa, Permanent Representative of the Women's International Democratic Federation at the United Nations, and famed actor].

Folder continuing arrangements for the visit of Professor Angela Davis to Belfast March 1994, with flyers, invitations, itinerary, etc.

Typescript 'No more screaming softly-turn up the volume', by Lynda Edgerton Walker, a report on a 'women in media' conference held in Dublin, printed (?) report 'Angela Davis in Belfast', impressions of the visit by Lynda Walker.

Typescript on the Northern Ireland Women's Rights movement (formed 1975), giving a brief history of the movement.

Manuscript minutes of the Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement.

Folder marked 'Anne's file' containing 'Application to EHSSB for grant-aid towards the establishment and staffing of Belfast women's advice centre', (Belfast Central Women's Rights Group was formed in February 1978).

Minutes of the Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement meetings, 1980s.

Circular letter from Belfast Central Women's Rights Group Women's Centre, October 1979.

Typescript, 'A charter of Child rights for Northern Ireland: presented by the NIWR movement', October 1979.

Typescript draft constitution of the Belfast Central Women's Rights Group.

Typescript 'Reports of the Unity meeting, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.

Typescript 'Women's conference planning meeting', April, May 1983.

Typescript 'Women's Centre', points for discussion on Tuesday 12 August.

Typescript 'Address to Warsaw conference 7-10 May 1980', by Mary McMahon.

Typescript Executive Committee of the Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement, 'Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement' on the context of women's rights in Northern Ireland, newscuttings.

Typescript 'The future of the Women's Centre', December 1981, Northern Ireland Women's Groups, 'To all political parties standing candidates in the local government elections', May 1981, financial account of the Belfast Central Women's Rights Group, 1981.

Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement, 'Proposal for women's rights development project', discussion document.

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CommentSome of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists prepared by Dr Eoin Magennis and we are grateful for his assistance. Where partial or no lists were available staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually. Many of the items held by the Linen Hall have been digitised and are available online through the Extraordinary Women NI Project.