Jornadas Catalanes de la Dona. More than 2000 women representing 100 organizations in northeastern Spain participated in a four-day women's meeting at the end of May, the first such conference to be held in Barcelona during the 40-year period since the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. Topics of discuss ion during the much-publicized meetings included women in the workforce, women and the family, women and politics, women and education, women and the law, women and sexuality. One point made in the conference was that women had greater legal equality during the period preceding the war than they have had since. Meetings were conducted in catalán, the language of the region, with the service of simultaneous translation to Spanish available.