Jalna Hanmer Obituary, Death Cause – At the University of Bradford, where she is a professor, Jalna Hanmer is responsible for the Women’s Studies program. Her efforts were essential to the development of our idea and comprehension of the phenomena of male violence against females, and she was the very first person to ever teach seminars devoted to the study of women’s history. Additionally, Jalna Hanmer was the driving force behind the development of the very first Women’s Studies courses.
Jalna played a significant part in the establishment of both the National Women’s Aid Federation (NWAF) in 1974 and the Women’s Aid Federation England (WAFE) in the years that followed. NWAF was established in the United States, and WAFE was established in England. Both organizations offered aid to women who were going through abusive relationships at home. In addition to that, she was a part of the planning committee for the conference that was hosted by the World Organization for the Victims of Abuse (WOVA) in Brighton in the year 1996. She was a member of the group that was in charge of preparing the event, and she was responsible for some of its logistics.
In addition to being a founding member of Feminist Archive North, she was also a founding member of the radical feminist journal Trouble & Strife. She was a part of the editorial collective that established both publications. During her tenure as a contributor to the journal, she played an important role in its formative years. In the year 1968, Jalna made her initial link with the women’s movement; at the present time, she is a member of the Campaign to End the Sex Trade in Leeds. 1968 marked the year that Jalna participated in the women’s movement for the very first time. At this point in the discussion, Sally Jackson, who is employed by FiLiA, weighs in on the topic at hand.