Hubback, Eva M.

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Hubback, Eva M.

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April 13, 1886-July 15, 1949


Eva Marian Hubback was a British suffragist and campaigner for birth control and eugenics. She was Parliamentary Secretary of the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship and later President after Eleanor Rathbone. She was director of economic studies at Newnham and Girton, Principal of Morley College for Working Men and Women and a member of the executive committee of the Eugenics Society. She founded the Association for Education in Citizenship in 1933. From 1946-1948 she was member of parliament for Kensington North. Eva died in 1949.


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JB March 2019.




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