Collaborating on Combating Anti-Discrimination? Anti-Racist and Gender Equality Organisations in Europe

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Abstract

This chapter is about transeuropean collaboration among civil society actors who may or may not be construed as having diverging goals. Specifically, it looks at the discourses and collaborative practices within and between two European umbrella organisations: the European Women´s Lobby [EWL] and the European Network Against Racism [ENAR]. The chapter builds from the starting point that previous research frequently has highlighted the inability of EWL to include considerations of women´s diversity (Hoskyns, 1991; Williams, 2003; Pudrovska and Ferree, 2004; Rolandsen Agustín, 2011). But there is little previous research on the reverse side, looking into whether diversity organizations, like ENAR, focus on gender.
Translated title of the contributionSamarbejde om kampen for anti-diskrimination?: Anti-racistiske og kønsligestillingsorganisationer i Europa
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNegotiating Gender and Diversity in an Emergent European Public Sphere
EditorsBirte Siim, Monika Mokre
Number of pages22
Place of PublicationBasingstoke
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Publication dateJan 2013
Pages179-200
Chapter10
ISBN (Print)978-0-230-35968-0
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2013
SeriesGender and Politics
Number5
Volume2013

Bibliographical note

Due to a mistake in the editorial process, there is an error in the title, which should be 'Collaborating on Combating Discrimination?'

Keywords

  • Gender equality
  • anti-racism
  • Anti-discrimination
  • European Integration
  • multiple discrimination
  • European Women´s Lobby
  • European Network against Racism
  • Intersectionality
  • Equality strands
  • Network analysis

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