ZARAH: Women’s labour activism in Eastern Europe and transnationally, from the age of empires to the late 20th century
Demonstration against rent usury, Budapest, 1910
Militant tenants’ activism and activities of the labor movement fueled the Budapest rent-strike movement.
British female trade unionists touring the Soviet Union, Kislovodsk, 1925
Mary Quaile and Anne Loughlin would both become members of the International Committee of Trade Union Women of the International Federation of Trade Unions.
The Austrian social democratic journal Woman mobilizing “Against Fascism”, 1933
The struggle against fascism generated new coalitions amongst women of various political persuasions from the middle of the 1930s, with visible repercussions in women’s labor activism.
Regional Seminar on the situation of European working women, Budapest 1978
Daniela Kubatova presented the report of the World Federation of Trade Unions. The Women’s Committee of the Central Council of Hungarian Trade Unions played a key role in organizing the Seminar.