Lydia Becker versus Male Lawmakers in Greenwich

Written by Amy Calvert Sexism. It runs deep within our society today, but ran even deeper when women were barred from voting in the UK and denied the same rights as men, purely because of their sex. I've been researching Greenwich's role within the constant (and ongoing) struggle for gender equality. How did the staunch,... Continue Reading →

The Royal Borough of Suffrage; Greenwich and it’s suffrage groups

Written by Amy Calvert So, as we should all be aware, it's 100 years since some women were granted the vote for the very first time in the UK, after decades and decades of campaigning, protesting and in some cases violently demanding the right to have a say in who ran their government. Who were... Continue Reading →

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