In GCSE History students will be taught about the social change that took place in Britain between 1960-1979. One area they will look at is that of the division and conflict of the time, including the changing role of women in society.
1960s and 1970s Britain saw the rise of the Women's Liberation Movement, intent on changing the traditional role of women in society. Their efforts led to the enactment of legislation to give women greater equality, especially in the workplace. While the feminist movement was itself divided, a number of spectacular events kept the issue in the public eye. But there were other areas of conflict too...
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