2003
DOI: 10.1016/s0277-5395(03)00077-3
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Gendering the agenda: the impact of the transnational women's rights movement at the UN conferences of the 1990s

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“…Caglar 2013 ;Friedman 2003). The case of the enclosure of social reproduction through the SDGs shows how ambivalent this final success story can turn out, because its valuation seems to be vaporized and reversed.…”
Section: The Quandary Of Appropriation and Possible Counter Strategiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Caglar 2013 ;Friedman 2003). The case of the enclosure of social reproduction through the SDGs shows how ambivalent this final success story can turn out, because its valuation seems to be vaporized and reversed.…”
Section: The Quandary Of Appropriation and Possible Counter Strategiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Os esforços de ativistas dos direitos das mulheres se diferenciam de outros defensores de ONGs por constituírem um dos setores mais organizados das últimas décadas, onde, além de clamar atenção para seus problemas específicos, conseguiram integrar suas demandas em outras lutas, ocasionando o que Friedman (2003) chamou de "gendering the agenda" (p. 313), ou seja, colocando a questão de gênero de forma multidisciplinar na agenda internacional.…”
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“…Nomeado como "Sufragismo", o movimento teve suas bases principalmente na Inglaterra, militou para o direito do voto às mulheres e estava fortemente conectado aos interesses de mulheres brancas e europeias. Segundo Keck e Sikkink (1998 apud Elisabeth Jay FRIEDMAN, 2003), o movimento do sufrágio foi reforçado pelas reuniões internacionais e as comunicações entre ativistas ajudaram a propagação de ideias.…”
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“…During the United Nations' Decade for Women (1976)(1977)(1978)(1979)(1980)(1981)(1982)(1983)(1984)(1985), these networks gained increasing prominence through their participation in a series of global conferences in which one of the key topics of discussion was the various forms of violence confronting women in their respective countries (Ferree and Tripp 2006;Friedman 2003;Joachim 2007). At the regional level, the Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Network against Domestic and Sexual Violence (Sternbach et al 1992), was also instrumental in drawing attention to the issue of gender violence and pressuring local governments to take action.…”
Section: Gender-based Violence Law and Global Governancementioning
confidence: 99%