The Dagenham Women, Equal Pay and Women’s Rights

I’ve just spent a wonderfully entertaining afternoon in the presence of Vera Sime, Eileen Pullen, Gwen Davies and Sheila Douglas — the women who inspired the 2010 film Made in Dagenham (of which they remarked, the basic story was there, but it was dressed up a bit).  The Business School at the University of Hertfordshire organised theContinue reading “The Dagenham Women, Equal Pay and Women’s Rights”

1970s Ireland: A Good Place for Women?

Over the last week, a particular newspaper article has repeatedly popped up on twitter.  It was published in December 2012 in the Galway Advertiser, but I don’t actually recall seeing much about it at the time.  However, I’m not surprised that it has been so frequently tweeted and re-tweeted.  The headline alone – ‘Ten thingsContinue reading “1970s Ireland: A Good Place for Women?”