Day School: Hopes and Dreams of 1918: Society Transformed
Llanhilleth Miners' Institute, Llanhilleth, NP13 2JT
Event Date: 08/12/2018
Hopes and Dreams of 1918: Society Transformed
10.00 Welcome and Introductions
10.20 Morgan Jones: From Conscientious Objector to MP Wayne David MP
11.05 ‘To Make the World a Better Place’: Socialist Women and Labour Politics in Bristol in the 1920s June Hannam
12.00 Lunch Break (tea and coffee will be available, but there will be no lunch provided at this event)
13.00 Wales and the Campaign for Equal Suffrage, 1918-28 Ryland Wallace
13.45 Sylvia Pankhurst – A Socialist Feminist Perspective Michele Ryan
14.30 The Red Violinist (Accompanying Violin Performance by Daryl Leeworthy) Colin Thomas
15.25 Closing Remarks and Final Thoughts
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James Phillips, Llafur Events Secretary,
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