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Annual Conference 2021

2nd October - 3rd October 2021

The Women's Archive Wales 24th Annual Conference will be held on Saturday 2nd October to Sunday 3rd October 2021. Due to unforeseen circumstances the conference will be held on-line via Zoom this year. Bookings for this format must be made in advance so that the technical set-up can be completed in a timely manner. The link to the conference will arrive early on the morning of 2nd October.

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From Cardiff to Greenham: Welsh women in the campaign for peace

26th August 2021

To mark 40 years since the peace march from Cardiff to Greenham Common, Women’s Archive Wales, in partnership with St Fagans National Museum of History invite you to digital event at 6.30pm on the evening of Thursday 26th August.

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Eisteddfod AmGen 2021

6th August 2021

Women’s Archive Wales will be hosting a special session at the Eisteddfod AmGen once again this year. It will be a ‘Sgwrs rhwng Dwy’ (a chat between two) and during the session Professor Mererid Hopwood from the Welsh and Celtic Studies Department, Aberystwyth University and the Peace Academy will be in conversation with Meg Elis, author, translator and campaigner.

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Women’s Heritage Walks

28th April 2021

Women’s Archive Wales launched a series of Women’s Heritage Walks booklets on 28th April, drawing attention to over 100 interesting and notable women or groups of women in 11 different towns around Wales. These booklets are now on the website and can be downloaded via a link on our homepage.

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    Archif Menywod Cymru / Women’s Archive Wales promotes the recognition of women in Welsh history and the preservation of sources of women’s history in Wales.

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    Photograph of Gertrude Rosewarne, a Red Cross Nurse in the First World War.

     
    I chose this image because it was a very popular one with the British public as it shows a woman in the traditional role as a carer, unlike later images of women munitions workers or members of the armed forces. This photograph of Gertrude Rosewarne was brought to me in the Archive’s Roadshow in Llanelli by her great nephew.
     
    It is an honour to be the President of AMC/WAW because of its valuable work in rescuing the sources of our history and enabling historians to bring our history to a wide audience.
     
    Emeritus Professor Deirdre Beddoe, President and Founder Member of Archif Menywod Cymru/Women’s Archive Wales

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