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Transnational feminism: political strategies and theoretical resources

Ackerly, Brooke A; D'Costa, Dorothy (Bina)


Despite sharing many successes at promoting international collaboration, enabling effective responses to politically powerful states, increasing awareness of formerly invisible violations of the human rights of women, and gaining ground in many countries and in international law, women’s human rights activists have many differences among them—in resources, location, issue-focus and strategies. It is appropriate to pay attention to these differences, particularly as they create challenges to the...[Show more]

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