Spotted by the Sound Women, this illuminating infographic made by UNESCO for World Radio Day
UNESCO gathered the first world statistics on women in broadcasting in 1958, when they contracted the International Association of Women in Radio and Television to conduct a survey. Documents relating to this are in the UNESCO archives in Paris.
A conference to be held on Saturday 15th March 2014
at The National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire
This conference is organised by: The Midlands Region of the Women’s History Network,
The National Memorial Arboretum and The University of Worcester
Women have written about war at the time and in retrospect; they have been journalists, kept diaries and written committee minutes. For some writing was an escape from the restrictions and limitations of their everyday lives. Others wrote letters to their family or friends from whom they were separated and it became part of their war effort boosting the morale of the armed forces.
This conference on Remembering and Writing Women’s Wartime Lives will explore all aspects of women’s writing and include papers on :
Novelists and Women in WW1
Remembering and Writing on Life with War Time Rationing
Odette Sansom GC – The construction of a post war heroine
The violence of war in Iraqi women’s war fiction
Coffee and registration from 10:15 in morning, conference will finish at 3:45. Conference Fee £15, £10:00 for concessions to include lunch.
Inquiries and booking to Dr Janis Lomas via firstname.lastname@example.org
Full programme and abstracts, plus booking form, can be foundhere: WHN March 2014 writing