Dreptul femeii la orice munca dupa aptitudini: la munca egala salariu egal

Dreptul femeii la orice munca dupa aptitudini: la munca egala salariu egal

written by Elena Meissner, 1867-1940, in Constantin and Elena Meissner Family Collection, of Romania. National Archives (folder XI22 vol. 1, files 250-257) (Bucharest, Bucharest County) (1936) , 8 page(s)

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Title: Woman’s Right to All Work According to Aptitudes: Equal Pay for Equal Work. Description: Manuscript of an article written by Elena Meissner the leader of the Association for the Civil and Political Emancipation of Romanian Women (AECPFR) and based on a speech she delivered at the joint Constanța Congress of AECPFR and the Union of Roman Women (UFR) in 1936 (September 8th – 10th). The article was later published in AECPFR’s journal Ziarul Nostru (Our newspaper) in its September-October-November, 1936 issue. This is article is important for the ways in which the “equal pay for equal work” slogan and the ideology encapsulated in it was explained by Elena Meissner using the Romanian context and for a Romanian audience. The slogan and its principles have been adopted in Romanian feminist campaigns, especially during the long protest of the 1920s and 1930s in the question of women state clerks. Keywords: Association for the Civil and Political Emancipation of Romanian Women, working rights, equal pay
Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Author
Elena Meissner, 1867-1940
Collection
Women and Social Movements, Modern Empires Since 1820
Content Type
Essay
Duration
0 sec
Format
Text
Page Count
8
Subject
Women and Social Movements, History, Women and Politics, Rumania, Romênia, Romania, Work and Class Identity, Political and Human Rights, Equal Pay for Equal Work, Equal Rights for Women, Romanians, 20th Century in World History (1914--2000)
Topic
Equal Pay for Equal Work, Equal Rights for Women
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Rumania, Romênia

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