Event: Wages for Housework – 50 Years of Campaigning! March events
Starting this month and throughout 2022, the International Wages for Housework Campaign (WFHC) will celebrate its golden anniversary and launch its 1972-2022 archives!
The ECP started as an autonomous organisation within the WFHC and at the time the WFHC was one of the few women’s organisations that was ready to work with sex workers and help us defend our rights.
A series of events are taking place this month. Please see listing below. More info here.
Hope you can join us!
- Tuesday 8 March at 1pm UTC: Launch of an International Survey: “What Do Mothers and Caregivers Want?” on International Women’s Day (online). Register here.
- Thursday 24 March at 6pm UTC: Online panel discussion including Selma James, founder of the WFH Campaign, and Margaret Prescod, co-founder Black Women for Wages for Housework. Register here.
- Friday 25 March at 3pm UTC: Webinar, Empowering Women: A Care Income for People and Planet at the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Register here.
- Sunday 27 March: Launch of the WFH archives Moving Forward by Looking Back at the Bishopsgate Institute in London (more information here) and at Crossroads Women’s Center in Philadelphia.