Atria collects, stores and documents material about the position of women in all fields - such as law, politics, labor, care, history, art, literature, science, religion, sexuality, gender equality and feminism, in the past and the present, from within and abroad.
1540 meters of archives and ego documents
192 magazine subscriptions
8.867 biographical clipping folders
108.848 books, brochures, reports and theses
107 Oral History Interviews
44.600 image and audio items
One of the oldest collections
In 1935 Rosa Manus, Johanna Naber en Willemijn Posthumus-van der Goot founded the International Archive for the Women's Movement (IAV). They did this to collect and preserve women's heritage, and to encourage scientific research on the position of women.