Former BBC Chief News Correspondent and bestselling author Kate Adie will chart the move towards equal rights with men that began a century ago and consider what these women achieved for future generations.

In 1914 the world changed forever. When the First World War broke out, and a generation of men went off to fight, women emerged from the shadows of their domestic lives.

Becoming a visible force in public life, they began to take up essential roles - from transport to policing, munitions to sport, entertainment and even politics.

This lecture by Kate Adie is free to attend but registration for tickets is essential. Click the link opposite to book your place.

Event Details


Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens


Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 13:00

Centenary Event

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