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'Caroline Norton: England's First Feminist Law-Maker' - International Women's Day lecture 2017 for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art by Diane Atkinson
‘Sophia: Suffragette Princess’, talk by Anita Anand for Women's History Month 2017
‘Alice Bacon – Labour’s Forgotten Reformer’, talk by Rachel Reeves MP for Women's History Month 2017
‘Constance Markievicz: Feminist, Socialist and Revolutionary’ talk by Senia Paseta for Women's History Month 2017
Nancy Astor: the first woman to sit in the House of Commons 1919-1945
The Women's Freedom League, Muriel Matters and the Campaign for Votes for Women, talk by Clare Eustance for Women's History Month 2016
Alice Hawkins: A Suffragette’, a talk by Peter Barratt for Women's History Month 2016
A Most Independent Member: Eleanor Rathbone MP (1872-1946) - International Women's Day lecture 2016 for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art by Susan Cohen
Irene Ward MP (1895-1980), doughty parliamentarian and campaigner, International Women's Day lecture 2015 for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art by Helen Langley
Parliamentary Outreach open lecture 2014 on Parliament and Suffragettes, by Mari Takayanagi
Ellen Wilkinson and Parliamentary politics, International Women's Day lecture 2014 for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art by Paula Bartley
The suffragette boycott of the 1911 census, Women's History Month lecture 2014 by Jill Liddington, Patricia Thane and Elizabeth Crawford
The Matchwomen who changed the World, Women's History Month 2014 lecture by Louise Raw
Women in Parliament in the First and Second World Wars, Women's History Month lecture 2014 by Mari Takayanagi
Margot Asquith and the Role of the Political Hostess, International Women's Day lecture 2013 for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art by Krista Cowman
From MP's daughter to suffrage organiser: Kate Parry Frye, talk for the Speaker's Advisory Committee on Works of Art 2012 by Elizabeth Crawford
This podcast looks at the actions of suffragettes and suffragists in Parliament. Mike Greenwood talks to experts in Parliament and to those who have been inspired by the movement to extend suffrage to women.
Four Dwellings High School students and Kingstanding youth group research Birmingham suffragettes for People & Parliament: Connecting with Communities project 2010
Explore images of Women in Parliament from the Parliamentary Art Collection as part of Parliament Week 2013.