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Lecture: 'Female Labour Force Participation in Early 20th Century Sweden' by Malin NilssonAanvang: 15.00 [Event]
As economic citizenship was a pre-condition of full citizenship, the lack of economic autonomy was an important motivation during the early stages of the women’s movement. Independent of their class... [Publication]
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In 1980 there were at least 20.000 residents of Polish parentage living in Sweden. Sweden was one of Poland’s most important partners in Northern Europe, politically, economically and culturally.... [Item of the Day]
In 1917, the fourth year of the First World War, the International Socialist Bureau thought to hold a conference of Socialist parties in Stockholm to formulate a peace proposal. Dutch and... [Item of the Day]