Society for Promoting the Employment of Women
- Existence: 1858 -
The Society for Promoting the Employment of Women (SPEW) was established in 1858 and incorporated in 1879. It was founded in England by Jessie Boucherett (1825-1905) and aimed to serve women in the United Kingdom and "encourage [them] towards economic independence through employment". Today, the society is known as Futures for Women (FfW).
CitationA History of the Society. (n.d.). Futures for Women. Retrieved from: http://futuresforwomen.org.uk/history/
CitationSociety for Promoting the Employment of Women. (2010). Library of Congress. Retrieved from: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2010197406.html
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Dates: 1871 - 1940s