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Equal pay for equal work

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

'Equal pay for men and women for work of equal value', n.d. [1990s?]

Identifier: dlpc00337
Scope and Contents Unlaminated colour poster advocating: 'Equal pay for men and women for work of equal value'. Printed in purple and peach, and including a grainy image at the top of a male and a female worker working side by side. Also includes the quote: "Each Member shall, by means appropriate to the methods in operation for determining rates of remuneration, promote and, in so far as is consistent with such methods, ensure the application to all workers of the principle of equal remuneration for men and...
Dates: n.d. [1990s?]

'Lodge Looks at the Service', December 1959

Identifier: dlpc00001
Scope and Contents

Cartoon clipping depicting two seated women talking on a tea break. Caption reads "WELL, IF THEY'RE FINALLY COMING UP WITH EQUAL PAY THIS YEAR I'LL REALLY BELIEVE IN SANTA-CLAUS!" Signature of cartoonist Nevile Lodge and date '59' in bottom left corner. Hand-written note in top right corner 'Dec. 1959 PSJ [Public Service Journal]'.

Dates: December 1959

Pay equity material from Danna Glendinning

 Collection — Box 1 of 1 for Glendining 2021-009
Identifier: gled

'Time's Up!', 13 Sept 1985 -15 Sept 1985

Identifier: dlpc00022
Scope and Contents Poster advertising 'Time's Up! A Conference On Equal Pay & Economic Justice For Women. Princes Hill High School, Arnold St. Nth. Carlton [Melbourne, Australia], 13-15 Sept. 1985.' Includes black and white text on a pink and white background, plus image of a torn photo of women demonstrating for equal pay. Also includes the text: 'Organised By Council of Action For Equal Pay in Conjunction With Women 150', and some conference information such as Keynote Speaker 'Rosemary Pringle' and...
Dates: 13 Sept 1985 -15 Sept 1985

'Time's Up', [1988]

Identifier: dlpc00106
Scope and Contents Laminated poster advertising a film entitled 'Time's Up'. Printed in black, white and red and including a photograph of women chained together during a protest on the steps of a building. Photograph is bordered by a chain at the bottom and stylised clocks at the top. Text reads: 'Time's Up, The Story Of Five Women And The Campaign For Equal Pay In Australia'. Also includes logos for 'Film Australia, the production division of the Australian Film Commission', and 'The Women's Bureau'....
Dates: [1988]

'Women Want Equal Pay', n.d. [1980s?]

Identifier: dlpc00356
Scope and Contents Laminated colour poster advocating equal pay for women. Includes cartoon drawing of two toddlers looking into their pants and the girl saying to the boy "Oh! That Explains The Difference In Our Wages". Also includes the text: 'Women Want Equal Pay, Our Jobs Are Worth Equal Money, Support The Clerical Workers Equal Pay Claim'. Published by the Clerical Workers Union.Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is on long term loan to TUEA from Therese O'Connell. The poster has...
Dates: n.d. [1980s?]