Group    From 1998 

Wandsworth LGBT+ Forum

Categories: Gender Issues

A group that focuses on the development and support of LGBT groups, organisations and projects so they can deliver direct services and campaign for individual rights.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Wandsworth LGBT+ Forum

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Oscar Wilde - Clapham Junction

The plaque was unveiled by actor Russell Tovey and Mayor of Wandsworth, Lesli...

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Justice for Lai Dai Han

Justice for Lai Dai Han

This group campaigns for an independent UN-led investigation into allegations of widespread sexual violence by South Korean soldiers during the Vietnam War. The group commissioned the Mother and Ch...

Group, Gender Issues, Law, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Emily Wilding Davison

Emily Wilding Davison

Militant suffragette. Born Roxburgh House, Vanbrugh Park Road, Greenwich (see Running Past for info about the house). Brought up in Hertfordshire until aged 11 when the family returned to London. H...

Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration, Tragedy

4 memorials
Mary Wollstonecraft

Mary Wollstonecraft

Writer, philosopher and feminist before her time. Born Primrose Street, Spitalfields. Her radical book "Vindication of the Rights of Woman" (1792) in which she described marriage as "legal prostitu...

Person, Education, Gender Issues, Philosophy, Seriously Famous, Denmark, France, Norway, Sweden

10 memorials
Lady Jane Francesca Wilde

Lady Jane Francesca Wilde

Born Dublin. Mother of Oscar Wilde. Poet under the pseudonym ‘Speranza’. Supporter of the Irish nationalist movement and advocate of women’s rights. Died 146 (now 87) Oakley Street.

Person, Gender Issues, Nationalism, Poetry, Ireland

1 memorial
Helen Blackburn

Helen Blackburn

Early campaigner for women’s rights, particularly the rights of workers. An editor of the Englishwoman's Review. Born County Kerry, Ireland.

Person, Gender Issues, Ireland

1 memorial