The Scottish Labour History Society

celebrates its tirst quarter century with

an all day conierence on 22 March. Speakers include Norman Buchan MP on the trade union movement and Helen Liddle, the Labour Party‘s Scottish Secretary. on women and politics. 1961—86. There will also be workshops on education, the local community and working with the audio-visual media.

Funded mainly by subscriptions and donations from trade unions, the

Society is independent trom the Labour

Party and attracts members of all political persuasions. One at its main

functions is to ensure that all records oi

the Labour movement are caretully

preserved and accessible to the public.

Articles in the annual Scottish Labour

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til \\trl il.\ in it \_= [I HistoryJournal are onthemes as diverse as Chartism in Aberdeen. the battlelorGlasgow Green and Lithuanian and Polish lmmigrantsin the Lanarkshire Coaltield. Next Octoberin Edinburgh‘s City Chambers. 3 panel otveterans will give oral

evidence on the Scottish contribution to

the International Brigade in the Spanish Civil War. The Society is currently involved in a series of programmes on Scottish Labour Leaders such as Hardie, MacDonald and Maxton torChannel 4. ‘They‘ll be warts and all no hagiographies. though.‘ promises DrTreble. Treasurer oi the Society and a history lecturer at Strathclyde University, ‘we hope to attractavery wide audience.‘

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