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Journal Vol. 22, No. 4 — Campaigning for 50 years 1960 - 2010

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

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Editorial - AIMS, help...
Journal Editor Vicki Williams talks about how AIMS really makes a difference

50 years' campaigning
Beverley Beech's introductory speech at the 50th Anniversary Luncheon, 16 October 2010

Happy Birthday to AIMS
Mary Cronk and Mavis Kirkham share memories of AIMS

A message to AIMS
Wendy Savage speaks to members of AIMS, past and present

AIMS 50 years ago
Pamela Fox-Russell remembers Bill Fletcher, Sally Willington and the beginning of AIMS

Tributes to AIMS
Extracted from the Guest Book at the Anniversary Luncheon

In the beginning, the 60s
Johanna Billingsley picks her favourite article from the first decade of AIMS Journals

A second decade of action
Ishbel Kargar looks at AIMS Newsletters from the 70s and highlights the Winter of 1979

A question of choice
Avril Nicoll picks her favourite article from the 80s

Remaining radical
Charlotte Williamson looks at the 90s and the article that she felt most defined AIMS

The past decade
Sara Wickham revisits the first decade of the 21st century, and AIMS is as strong as ever

Memoir
AIMS Leeds group 1976-1979, by Christine Hankinson

Jean Robinson, AIMS President
Introduced by AIMS Chair Beverley Beech

AIMS and ENCA
ENCA's Elisabeth Geisel looks back at a fruitful relationship

Thoughts on the birth of my grand-daughter
Reprinted from 1983 - Sally Willington

AIMS 50th Anniversary Lunch
Report by Shane Ridley

From our Hon President
Jean Robinson

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