Dr Jane Salisbury (WAW Awards Secretary) has a chapter in a volume of women's writing about 1970s. It is published by HONNO Women's Press and is called PAINTING THE BEAUTY QUEENS ORANGE Jane's chapter recounting the informal learning as a 15 year old Saturday girl in Barry Woolworths gets a special mention in Buzz magazine's review of the book: https://www.buzzmag.co.uk/painting-the-beauty-queens-orange-honno-book-review/
Wales Assembly of Women is an independent campaigning NGO accredited to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Its representatives have attended every major United Nations world conference for women since 1985. It campaigns for women's rights in Wales and the World. Membership is open to all women in Wales and to women with connections to Wales. It is funded by the membership and charity grants and receives no public money.
Mission Statement: WALES ASSEMBLY OF WOMEN
campaigns for the advancement of equality and human rights for the women of Wales by raising awareness, stimulating discussion, advocating action
scrutinises and responds to equality legislation at the United Nations, UK and Welsh levels of government
provides a bridge between policy and research in Wales through the Audrey Jones Awards for Research by Women
At last, records of early women’s rights campaigns go into the Glamorgan Archives! Details can be found on our