The main objective of „The Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Citizenship“is to provide an overview of the subject area of gender and citizenship, including emerging and cutting edge areas. It does this by demonstrating how intersectional and transnational approaches to citizenship can provide us with theoretical and methodological tools to understand gendered inequalities and injustices in societies. These approaches contribute to expose how dominant notions of ‘the people’ and different politics of belonging embody not only national but also modes of belonging beyond the nation state. They can expose the gendered and racialized assumptions about the rights, activity and power of people and disclose one-dimensional notions of who belongs to ‘the people’. In addition, they can provide tools for developing strategies aimed at overcoming inequalities, discriminations and unwanted marginalizations in order to obtain social justice. In all, the handbook aims to contribute to the vibrant and innovative scholarship on gender and citizenship from intersectional and transnational perspectives that has emerged since the 1990s, when intersectional approaches initially developed.
|Kort titel||Gender and Citizenship|
|Effektiv start/slut dato||15/02/2021 → 15/07/2023|
I 2015 blev FN-landende enige om 17 verdensmål til at standse fattigdom, beskytte planeten og sikre velstand for alle. Dette projekt bidrager til følgende verdensmål: