European project 1919 - 2019
Volunteers will research the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom delegates who met in Zurich in 1919 as part of the International struggle for women’s rights and to respond to the terms of Versailles Peace Treaty. The research will be used to create a documentary and booklet.
The European Commission has funded WILPF and Clapham Film Unit to create this filmed history project inviting women from across Europe to reflect on women’s struggle for equal rights over the last 100 years.
- Archive training will be provided at LSE London on 30th January 6 - 7.30 and 7th February 2 - 3.30
- Volunteers are invited to Women of Colour in the 1919 Peace Movement seminar/conversation at London South Bank University April 5th
- Transnational Female Activism: Peace, Suffrage, Diversity 1914-1939 and the importance of Public History: A Conversation
- Be part of the Centenary Zurich Congress, May 11th 2019
- Documentary presentation 30th/31st August, Glasgow Women’s Library.