Ref NoDM2123/8/113
TitleEllen Malos Archive: Bristol Women's Aid
DescriptionEllen Malos was the founder of Bristol Women's Centre and Bristol Women's Aid and was a key figure in the Women's Liberation Movement. She established the Domestic Violence and Gender Studies Research Groups at the University of Bristol and has written extensively about domestic violence.

Ellen Malos Archive: Bristol Women's Aid

Folder 1
Employment: Contracts & Interviews 1980s:
Contracts; Conditions of Employment; Terms and Conditions of Service; Interview Questions

Folder 2
Employment: Job Descriptions 1984-1989
Training, Students 1981
Procedure & Process 1984-1986

Folder 3
Employment: Salaries 1983-1985
Equal Opportunities c.1988-1989
Employment Group 1985-1988
Published Guidelines 1982-1986
Correspondence 1985-1991

Folder 4
Employment: NUPE 1980-1982
Notes & miscellaneous c.1980-1989

Folder 5
Projects 1982-1987:
Research, facts and figures and completed questionnaires for 'Battered Women in the Southwest and the Homelessness Act' 1978-79, Ellen Malos's study project, Dept of Social Administration
TUC Courses; TU Conference, Seminar 'Women in Collective Action' (Bristol 1982)
Application to establish a Voluntary Sector Employment Unit
Follow-on Report in Conjunction with the Children's Support Workers' Report Covering April to 1997 by Denise Taylor
Bristol Women's Aid Social Services Monitoring Report April-Sept 1997 by Geeng Lam Lau
WAFE Funding Submission Housing and Childcare Projects
Research and Training videos
Questionnaires (prioritising in a disaster)
Stress reaction inventory

History 1991-2013:
mainly handwritten notes, plus photocopy of 'He Always Says He's Sorry Afterwards' by Ellen Malos from 'The Unsung Sixties: Memoirs of Social Innovation' ed. Helene Curtis and Mimi Sanderson 2004, and email to Ellen Malos July 4 2013 from Manjit Kaur, who was in Bristol refuge in 1979

Miscellaneous c.1978-1992
car documents; Women's Aid notebook; contacts; correspondence; blank stationery (various designs); poster for Open Day March 14 1992; report from EOC conference 1973 or 1979; press release 'Women Fight Sex Discrimination at Work', Bristol Voice (newssheet) [1975] with women's section including articles on Bristol Women's House, piece by Pat Van Twest, Nurseries, Unemployment; information about Norwich National Conference 1987 (anti-racism resolution); misc leaflets (Women's Aid)

Key words: childcare, crisis centres, housing, domestic violence, abuse, children, social housing, rape, homelessness
Related MaterialDM2123/1/Archive Boxes 49-51
Extent1 records management box
Access ConditionsThese materials are held in an Outstore and Advanced Notice is needed to access them
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