Labour activist Sonja Davies was introduced to the Working Women’s Charter at a conference in Sydney, Australia, in 1976. After adaptation to local needs the charter became the focus of activism in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Provisions 8 and 15 dealing with working hours and sex education were particularly controversial.
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