Housing, health and social welfare
Reference code: 01-04-04-01-07
Date: 1978 - 1992
Arrangement: These records have been catalogued to the following structure:
01-04-04-01-07-001: No to N.H.S. charges'
01-04-04-01-07-002: Federation of Bangladeshi Youth Organisations: 'Health Report'
01-04-04-01-07-003: NAFSIYAT Inter-cultural Therapy Centre, a Report 1983-1985'
01-04-04-01-07-004: The Sickle Cell Society: Annual Report 1986-87'
01-04-04-01-07-005: Committee for Non-Racist Benefits: 'Black claimants target for cuts'
01-04-04-01-07-006: Asians and housing: a Bengali Housing Action Group statement'
01-04-04-01-07-007: Asian Resource Centre, Progress Report 1979'
01-04-04-01-07-008: Unity Association annual report and statement of accounts for year ended 1981/2'
01-04-04-01-07-009: Federation of Bangladeshi Organisations: 'Press release'
01-04-04-01-07-010: Statement from the occupation to all Camden Labour councillors'
01-04-04-01-07-011: Flyer about the occupation of Camden Town Hall.
01-04-04-01-07-012: Camden Committee for Community Relations: 'Bengali Homeless Families in Camden'
01-04-04-01-07-013: London Evening Standard article 'Hostel families' fury'
01-04-04-01-07-014: Homeless families say: no more deaths, no more murders, Town Hall occupation continues'
01-04-04-01-07-015: To the homeless families occupying the council chamber'
01-04-04-01-07-016: Press release: 'Homeless families say: no more deaths, no more murders, Town Hall occupation continues'
01-04-04-01-07-017: Labour group - 26th November 1984. The following motion was passed'
01-04-04-01-07-018: Press release: 'Occupying families reject new council offer'
01-04-04-01-07-019: Press release: 'Occupying families reject new council offer'
01-04-04-01-07-020: Support Camden homeless families in occupation of Camden town hall'
01-04-04-01-07-021: Press release: 'Camden assembly for the defence of all essential services'
01-04-04-01-07-022: Homeless families say - no more death-trap hostels, no more murders, no cover up, end racist housing policies, join the occupation!'
01-04-04-01-07-023: Press statement'
01-04-04-01-07-024: King's Cross Women's Centre: circular letter
01-04-04-01-07-025: Resolution for Labour group - Monday 3rd December 1984'
01-04-04-01-07-026: To: the Labour group, From: Homeless Families occupation'
01-04-04-01-07-027: Homeless Families Occupation Committee: 'Bulletin - 3 December, 1984 (DAY TWELVE)'
01-04-04-01-07-028: Homeless Demonstrate 11th December'
01-04-04-01-07-029: Three killed - who's to blame?'
01-04-04-01-07-030: Homeless Families Occupation Committee: circular letter
01-04-04-01-07-031: Homeless Families Occupation Committee press release: 'Homeless families told they must return to bed and breakfast in latest about face by council'
01-04-04-01-07-032: This paper is the final and full agreement between the council and the homeless families occupation and incorporates and supersedes all earlier agreements reached.'
01-04-04-01-07-033: Ham & High article: 'Sit in ends with smiles'
01-04-04-01-07-034: Homeless Families Occupation Committee: circular letter
01-04-04-01-07-035: Camden Committee for Community Relations, Annual Report 1985'.
01-04-04-01-07-036: African Refugee Housing Action Group: 'A refugee charter for Europe'
01-04-04-01-07-037: The sanctuary challenge'
01-04-04-01-07-038: CARF artcile: 'Refugees: 'Humans first'
01-04-04-01-07-039: Photograph of Ronnie Moodley and Duncan Bowie
01-04-04-01-07-040: African Refugee Housing Action Group annual reports for 1983/4, 1984/5, 1985/6, 1986/7, 1990/1 and 1991/2.
01-04-04-01-07-041: 1981 Census
01-04-04-01-07-042: State Control - Community Intervention: the Domestic Police'
Extent: 1 box
Scope: This material comprises flyers, annual reports, newspaper cuttings and press releases on community action groups campaigning on issues of health, housing and social welfare.
When catalogued: March 2008
Access: These records are available for consultation by prior arrangement, although records containing personal information may be subject to closure periods.
Finding Aid: All levels of data available on this system.
Cataloguer note: Catalogued by Rosie Wild of the Institute of Race Relations, as part of a Heritage Lottery Fund project.
Rules and conventions: In the catalogued sections, descriptions created under guidance of London Metropolitan Archives, following ISAD(G).