The Inglewood Focus group grew out of the 1975 International Women's Year, United Women's Convention in Wellington and was formed by Inglewood women who wished to meet to discuss issues relevant to women and their families and support community activities and projects.
The collection comprises minutes, seminar and conference notes, correspondence and papers. 1975 - 1983
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Archive Contents

  Box 1

1. Minute book. Inaugural meeting 24 Oct. 1975 - 21 Feb. 1977

2. Minutes and precedures. 21 Feb. 1977 - 20 Nov. 1978

3. Minutes and procedures. 4 Dec. 1978 - 8 Nov. 1983

4. Note book. Notes and reminders. 1978

5. Correspondence and papers. 1976

6. Correspondence and papers. 1977

7. Correspondence and papers. 1978

8. Correspondence and papers. 1985

9. Correspondence and papers. Undated.

10. Folder. Anger management.

11. Folder. Children's play / learning

12. Folder. Counselling

13. Folder. Discipline

14. Folder. Discrimination

15. Folder. Domestic violence

16. Folder. Education

17. Folder. Focus

18. Folder. Government issues

'Twenty years of Focus : an informal collection of memories' 1975 - 1995. Written for a reunion in Inglewood, 1995

  Box 2

19. Folder. Homosexual Law Reform

20. Folder. Language and sexism

21. Folder. Law

22. Folder. Ministry of women's Affairs

23. Folder. Miscellaneous

24. Folder. Peace

25. Folder. Sewage

26. Folder. Women and Health

27. Folder. Women and the media

28. Folder. Women and work

29. Folder. Women's appointment file

30. Folder. Women's Centre (NP)

31. Folder. Women's literature

32. Folder. Loans envelope. Used to hold literature which was available to members on a loan system. Contains Personal viewpoint, a series of 40 leaflets pubslished by the Vocational Training Council.

33. Taranaki Savings Bank. Focus Passbook. 1980 - 1983

34. Notebook. Receipts and payments. 1983 - 1988 and reunion 1995

35. List of participants and payments for 1995 reunion.

Accession No
ARC2007-37

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