2 edition of Women and the referendum found in the catalog.
Women and the referendum
by NGO Materials Development Committee for the Referendum 2000 in collaboration with the Uganda Electoral Commission in Kampala, Uganda
|Contributions||Uganda. Electoral Commission., NGO Materials Development Committee for the Referendum 2000.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1236.5.U33 W65 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||2002379110|
Women’s needs were ignored by privileged white men on both sides of the divide. During the referendum, the boys club sat and debated itself . 9 best Scottish fiction books. explore the great political upheaval that was the Scottish independence referendum and revisit one of the greatest of all Scottish classics. a Canadian woman.
The Referendum is a phenomenon typical of (but not limited to) midlife, whereby people, increasingly aware of the finiteness of their time in the world, the limitations placed on them by their choices so far, and the narrowing options remaining to them, start judging their peers’ differing choices with reactions ranging from envy to contempt. As a measure of the state of the nation, the referendum was limited, like its successor – as the election revealed. But as a study of a rare and seminal event, this book Author: Andy Beckett.
The referendum was “one where women can decide the outcome. When women come out to vote, they come out to win.” Later that day, the atmosphere at the Women for In launch was more relaxed. Statistics showed that 4, Irish women had abortions in Britain in A study was carried out that found that in a total of 5, women gave Irish addresses to English and Welsh clinics that provided abortion services. In years leading up to , some Irish women had abortions in the Netherlands.
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The Referendum and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more. Share (Statute of Liberty?) It was full of objectification of women -- the author may as well have included a rating scale for each of his female characters.
It was full of random analogies akin to the way a junior high kid would write an essay/5(9). No Votes for Women explores the complicated history of the suffrage movement in New York State by delving into the stories of women who opposed the expansion of voting rights to women.
Susan Goodier finds that conservative women who fought against suffrage encouraged women to retain their distinctive feminine identities as protectors of their homes and families, a role Cited by: 4.
A poster from the New York woman suffrage referendum campaign. In addition to offering contemporaneous perspective, Weiss goes back several decades to the roots of the women’s movement and the. In a panoramic survey of s Britain, this volume offers the first modern history of the referendum, asking why voters said 'Yes to Europe' and why the result did not, as some hoped, bring the European debate in Britain to a close.
'A jaw-dislocating page-turner. If you care about contemporary politics, Cited by: 2. I was delighted to find this list on Women's Suffrage. I am in an F2F book club which meets at Coldwater Books in Tuscumbia, Alabama. In in honor of Alabama's Bicentennial we have been reading books with an Alabama connection months of a theme.
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Article of the Constitution – the so-called “women’s place is in the home” clause – is “archaic”, “sexist”, “offensive”, “patriarchal” and “misogynistic” in the. Women Will Vote celebrates the centenary of women’s right to full suffrage in New York State. Susan Goodier and Karen Pastorello highlight the activism of rural, urban, African American, Jewish, immigrant, and European American women, as well as male suffragists, both upstate and downstate, that led to the positive outcome of the by: 6.
The referendum first became established with voter ratification of the Massachusetts Constitution in Other types were adopted in the nineteenth century, largely through the efforts of Progressives and Populists seeking to authorize voters to utilize the initiative-referendum and protest by: Referendum Paperback – Febru by Robert A Strauss (Author)Author: Robert A Strauss.
How do women engage differently in referenda and elections. And why does this matter. These were some of the questions explored at Feminizing Politics ESRC Seminar in Edinburgh last month on 'Voice: Women, the Independence Referendumand the General Election '.
Cera Murtagh (University of Edinburgh) reports. The UK sits at a critical. In his book Yes to Europe. The Referendum and Seventies Britain, Robert Saunders (Queen Mary University of London) explains how Britain in Europe’s campaign went about targeting women.
A referendum on the Common Market might seem an unlikely arena in which to debate the roles and responsibilities of men and women. The Referendum and Seventies Britain Paperback – 28 Feb. that lay bare various aspects of s British life as they were conceived by the contestants in the referendum debate: employers, workers, women, the churches, the various nations of the UK and so on.
Of course politicos will read it, but this is not a book for people who /5(8). Mrs. Raymond Brown, President of the New York State Suffrage Association, made the statement yesterday that the suffragists would consent to a referendum on the question woman.
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29 August Location: Ireland. A referendum on women's suffrage was held in Colorado on November 7, to ratify a proposed constitutional amendment, HBto prohibit discrimination against women voting. The amendment was drafted by lawyer J. Warner Mills of Denver and sponsored by Rep. J.T. Heath of Montrose County.
The amendment passed with support from the Colorado Non. I na referendum was held in Ireland to establish a constitutional right to life for embryos and foetuses. Abortion was not legal in Ireland at the time; it never has been. The referendum was the result of a campaign by conservative religious groups aimed at preventing any future legislation permitting abortion in any but the most extreme, life-threatening.
ROOSEVELT'S announcement in The Outlook of his position in regard to woman suffrage indicates that it is similar to the position of many, if not most, other intelligent men. The referendum was a little like the Brexit referendum – a population voting about something that seemed, on one side, clear, and on the other, contingent and hard to describe.
As it turned.A referendum on becoming a republic was held in South Africa on 5 October The Afrikaner-dominated right-wing National Party, which had come to power inwas avowedly republican, and regarded the position of Queen Elizabeth II as head of state as a relic of British imperialism.
The National Party government subsequently organised the referendum on .The Brexit referendum was among the first major public events where online users had no "slacktivism" reactions and they led the entire debate and popular will from the inside of .