Founding mothers: Mary Ward (1851-1920)

Though never an advocate of female suffrage or broader rights for women, Mary Ward was a prime mover in the settlement movement, which placed students and others in deprived areas to teach and offer other support. Third Sector columnist Gill Taylor and her daughter Bridget look at her life

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