Crossroads Women’s Centre
Making Trouble, Making History : 1975-2022

An online illustrated talk for Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre was 6pm on Tuesday 26 th July 2022. Founding member Solveig Francis, tells the story of the Crossroads Women’s Centre, one of the oldest women’s centres in the country,
from its origins as a squat in Drummond Street in 1975 up to the present day. Shoda Rackal, a current worker at the Centre, will talk about some of its current activities.

If you missed this event, recording of the event to follow...


Community demonstration against the National Front 1985 
© Crossroads audio-visual collective

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Visit the Wages for Housework Campaign - mother of Crossroads Women's Centre: to find out about their Golden Anniversary events this year.

Self-Help session P1110778

Find out about the monthly Self-help meetings :

All African Women's Group open to all asylum seekers.

Disabled Mother's Rights

Support Not Separation for mothers facing forced separation from their children

WinVisible for women visible and invisible disabilities

All these groups meet on a monthly basis. 


Learn about the Eleanor Rathbone, Mother of Child Benefit, Oral History Project: Read our publication!  And, if you want a speaker for your school, IWD event, community centre, lunch club, pensioners group and more - please get in touch.