What makes the substantive representation of women possible in a Westminster parliament? The story of RU486 in Australia
This article explores institutional and other factors facilitating the substantive representation of women in parliament. It engages with a range of indicators of substantive representation, including process/responsiveness indicators, legislative/policy
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