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Women in 20th-Century Ireland, 1922-1966: Sources from the Department of the Taoiseach

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Record 41 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Copy of a letter dated 17 November 1959 from JA Robins, Department of Health, to Mrs T O'Connor, Ballyfermot, informing her that it was unlikely that Dr. Deasy's services as a temporary District Medical Officer would be terminated for some time.

Date:

17/11/1959

Cabinet:

s 9453A/94

File:

Local Appointments Commission, Complaints against Administration

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

health

Record 42 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Letter from Maire Ni Mhurchadha to the Secretary, Department of the Taoiseach, dated 10 January 1964, informing him that Austria was chosen as the venue for the 1965 conference of the International Red Cross.

Date:

10/1/1964

Cabinet:

s 1937C/95

File:

International Red Cross Conferences

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

Red Cross

Record 43 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Copy of a letter from Leslie, Bean T de Barra to the Taoiseach, Sean Lemass, dated 30 September 1964, requesting the government's opinion regarding the future International Convention for the Protection of Civil Defence Personnel.

Date:

30/9/1964

Cabinet:

s 1937C/95

File:

International Red Cross Conferences

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

Red Cross

Record 44 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Copy of a letter from Sean Lemass to Leslie, Bean T de Barra, dated 15 October 1964, informing him that he does not think the government should support any effort to confine protection for Civil Defence personnel. Rather the government should seek to obtain the widest possible range of protection consistent with the humanitarian role of the Red Cross.

Date:

15/10/1964

Cabinet:

s 1937C/95

File:

International Red Cross Conferences

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

Red Cross

Record 45 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Letter from Leslie, Bean T Barra to the Taoiseach date 14 November 1964, forwarding a copy of the confidential report on the meeting of Experts on the position of Civil Defence Services in International Humanitarian Law.

Date:

14/11/1964

Cabinet:

s 1937C/95

File:

International Red Cross Conferences

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

Red Cross

Record 46 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Memorandum from Leslie, Bean de Barra, to Gerald Bartley, Minister for Defence, containing her personal comments on the Confidential Report on Meeting of Experts on the Position of Civil Defence Services in International Humanitarian Law.

Date:

12/11/1964

Cabinet:

s 1937C/95

File:

International Red Cross Conferences

Type:

Memorandum

Keywords:

Red Cross

Record 47 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Letter from NS Nuallain to the Department of the President informing them that the government decided to authorise and to advise the President to issue 'Exequaturs' to Miss Edna Genlie, Consul at the United States of America at Dublin.

Date:

10/11/1964

Cabinet:

s 2178D/95

File:

Consuls in Ireland, Appointment General

Type:

Letter

Keywords:

consuls in Ireland

Record 48 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Article from the 'Irish Press' dated 4 May 1964 concerning the presentation by Mrs Eileen O'Hanrahan O'Reilly, sister of Michael O'Hanrahan, of two books and a lecture written by Michael, to Kilmainham Jail. The Taoiseach, Sean Lemass was also present.

Date:

4/5/1964

Cabinet:

s 6521D/95

File:

Kilmainham Jail, Preservation

Type:

Newsclipping

Published:

Irish Press

Keywords:

commemoration

Record 49 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Memorandum for the Government from the Department of Health regarding equal pay for the post of Chief Medical Adviser. The salary scale for the post was differentiated on a sex basis, as in the case of other professional posts in the Civil Service. However , the medical profession is' strongly opposed to such practises' while the British Medical Journal and the Lancet refuse to accept advertisements for posts having a lower salary rate for women. For these reasons and also because he is satisfied that there is no female doctor in these islands who possess the requisite qualifications, the Minister proposed that the scale of pay advertised should be applicable for men and no reference to women included.

Date:

16/7/1964

Cabinet:

s 6834B/95

File:

Equal Pay for Men and Women

Type:

Memorandum

Keywords:

equal pay

Record 50 from 'Women in 20th-century Ireland – 1922-1966: sources from the Department of the Taoiseach database'
Description:

Memorandum for the government regarding the post of the Chief Medical Adviser containing the views of the Department of Finance. The Minister considers the suggested solution proposed, that one scale be fixed for a married man and another scale for a single man and a woman. However, he feels such an approach would discourage men from taking up employment in the service. Instead the Minister states that the advertisement for the post should be expressed in terms confined to male entrants with the appropriate salary advertisements. 'The realities of the situation, well appreciated by all parties, are that the Minister for Health has no intention of appointing a female Chief Medical Adviser.'

Date:

20/7/1964

Cabinet:

s 6834B/95

File:

Equal Pay for Men and Women

Type:

Memorandum

Keywords:

equal pay

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