A Women Wage Peace A4 publicity flyer that provides details for the intended celebrations/activism on International Women's Day, including leafleting, a bill boarding event where women would be asked to write their views on a large white billboard, Women's Vigil for Peace in the Gulf at the Aneurin Bevan statue, refreshments and film at the Cardiff Women's Centre, and a torch lit procession to the South Wales Echo. This also provides details of the handover of a public letter to the South Wales Echo and details of a bus to a Swansea rally on Saturday 9 March 1991.

Women Wage Peace was a women-only peace organisation formed in the 1980s.

Glamorgan Archives, DWAW52

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