It was also a time where women trade unionists, such as Mary Macarthur, started to organise women workers into organisations such as the National Federation of Women Workers.
What does NFWW stand for?
NFWW stands for National Federation of Women Workers
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The National Federation of Women Workers, founded in 1906, and other smaller labour organisations, were dedicated to the campaign against "sweated" female labour and the protection of working women.
Aided by the Daily Herald, the National Federation of Women Workers organised a meeting at the Albert Hall, and put forward its charter: The Right to Work: The Right to Life: The Right to Leisure.