Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Vol 35 no. 4. 22 March 1972
National Women's Liberation Conference — April 1 and 2. (Easter Weekend)
National Women's Liberation Conference
April 1 and 2. (Easter Weekend)
Registration begins at 9 am, Saturday April 1. $1 for two days, 60 cents for one day.
First day - Teach-in at 10 am. A full programme of speakers on aspects of women's oppression and issues around which women are becoming involved today. Topics include: Living with men, child care, women in employment, sexploitation, abortion, matrimonial property laws, women in high schools, Maori and Polynesian women, the need for a women's movement, bisexuality, women and politics. The speakers are women who are involved in the movement or who are closely related to its aims. This session is open to the public.
Second day - Conference proper at 10 am. Reports from all groups. Workshops on major issues. Area workshops (high school women, student women, Maori and Polynesian women, gay women, etc.) (These workshops to be finalised at conference, in accordance with the wishes of the participants.) Plenary session: Reports from workshops, discussions and resolutions. This session will be open to all women, whether in groups or not. It will be closed to men. (sorry fellas). The conference is being organised by the V.U.W. Women's Liberation Movement. Phone 766-891 for more info'.
Free Creche Available Both Days.