Mother's Day Card: 1950s
A lot has changed since our mums were born. Thanks to those who stood up for women’s rights in the past, our world is a better place. But there’s still a lot more work to be done before women can secure a fair go in this country. So why not help celebrate this Mother’s Day with the card and gift that supports campaigns for women’s rights?
The inside of the card reads:
1962: Aboriginal women's full voting rights finally recognised
1965: Women win the right to drink in public bars
1966: Women no longer required to resign from the public service when they marry
1972: Women under federal awards granted equal pay for equal work
1983: First woman to have a child while serving in parliament
Thanks to the work of women like you mum, we're making progress towards equality. Thanks for all you've done to help make the world a better place.
Happy Mother's Day
All card purchases will go to support Fair Agenda's campaigns around issues like women's representation in parliament, the gender pay gap, family violence and reproductive rights.