A Common Cause? Anti-racist and gender equality activists in Europe

    Publikation: Working paperForskning

    Resumé

    The paper contributes to answering some interrelated questions from the
    Eurosphere project, namely What is the role of gender groups in the
    European public sphere? How do they cooperate and negotiate with ethnic
    minority groups? What is the role of gender-related concerns in the
    European public sphere? And how do they relate to ethno-national
    concerns? Two transnational European organizations, namely European
    Network Against Racism [ENAR] and European Women´s Lobby [EWL], are
    investigated to map these organizations’ notions of diversity, and analyze
    whether concerns with gender and race are cross-cutting or exist in parallel
    isolation within the European public sphere.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    UdgiverUniversity of Bergen
    Sider1-26
    Antal sider26
    ISBN (Elektronisk)1890-5986
    StatusUdgivet - 24 sep. 2010

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    • Gender equality
    • Anti-racism
    • European Women´s Lobby
    • European Network against Racism
    • European integration
    • Intersectionality
    • Diversity

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