BiographyElizabeth Armstrong (born 1952) is Membership Officer and Credit Union Director for the Scotland Cooperative Group. She has worked as an administrator for NALGO and UNISON, as well as Trade union representative for Nalgo and Transport & General Workers Union. She belonged to consciousness raising group at Glasgow University, 1980/81, the Abortion and contraception rights movement from 1980 until 1997, Women’s Rights in Nicaragua, 1985-7, as part of Scottish Medical Aid to Nicaragua and Trade Union women’s groups in 80s/90s.
Listen to Elizabeth Armstrong discussing the WLM in Scotland.
More information about Elizabeth Armstrong's interview, including how to access the full sound recording.
- Article by:
- Sisterhood and After Research Team
- Race, place and nation
National identity played an important part in the politics of the Women’s Liberation Movement. Find out how feminist campaigners in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales faced the complications of national liberation struggles in addition to their fight for women’s equality.