How have the rights and freedoms of women changed in the post World War II era?
The rights and freedoms of women had changed dramatically in the post World War II era due to the Women's Movement of the 1970s. Prior the Women's Movement women were still limited in their employment opportunities and were restricted and expected by the public to traditional roles of household wives. However the Women's Movement tackled those traditional ideas and fought for the right for women to shape their own destinies. Through their persistence the government responded by the introduction of legislations such as the Maternity Leave Act 1973 and Sex Discrimination Act 1984 to counter…
- How have the rights and freedoms of women changed in the post World War II era?
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