4 edition of Implementing feminist policies in British local government found in the catalog.
Implementing feminist policies in British local government
by Centre for Urban and Regional Research, University of Sussex in [Brighton]
Written in English
|Statement||Susan Halford and Simon Duncan.|
|Series||Working paper -- 78, Working paper (University of Sussex. Centre for Urban and Regional Research -- 78.|
|Contributions||Duncan, S., University of Sussex. Centre for Urban and Regional Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
Promoting equality and inclusion are generally seen to be part of the work of schools and other educational bodies. There has been an important and significant focus on race equality over the years, but an understanding of what the promotion of gender equality should mean and how to go about doing this is less well developed. Here we offer some ideas for why this might be and some practice. Feminist Audio Books was set up for women with visual impairments: it ensured that more women were able to access the literature that came out of the liberation movement, either on tape or in a Braille copy. As well as women’s publishing houses, feminists created radical independent bookshops, magazines and a thriving feminist bookfair scene.
As in other countries, feminism in the United Kingdom seeks to establish political, social, and economic equality for women. The history of feminism in Britain dates to the very beginnings of feminism itself, as many of the earliest feminist writers and activists—such as Mary Wollstonecraft, Barbara Bodichon, and Lydia Becker—were British. The Tunisian-born French human rights lawyer Gisèle Halimi was only 12 when she made her first stand as a feminist. It was and, in her Sephardic Jewish .
Mary Wollstonecraft was a British feminist author, writing during the French Revolution. Her book A Vindication of the Rights of Woman () came as a response to the report in France’s National Assembly by Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord’s. It’s all about local government and aldermen and county councillors – a romance!” she wrote in excitement to her friend and patron Lady Rhondda, founder of the feminist .
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Implementing Feminist Policies in British Local Government by Susan Halford,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Abstract. The organisation of feminist agency in local state bureaucracies has broadly shifted from, in the s, separate women’s structures, such as women’s policy units or women’s working parties, to a mainstreamed approach in the s which dispenses with dedicated : Cinnamon Bennett.
Sweden has the first feminist government in the world. This means that gender equality is central to the Government’s priorities – in decision-making and resource allocation. A feminist government ensures that a gender equality perspective is brought into policy-making on.
The Politics of British Feminism. Edward Elgar Pub., Halford, Susan. Implementing Feminist Policies in British Local Government. Sussex: Centre for Urban and Regional Research, Univ.
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In the UK the same disconnect exists between the government’s stated support for gender equality and policies that actually effect change both. Download Citation | From municipal feminism to the Equality Act – Legislation and gender equality work in UK local government | For decades local government has been an important site.
Gender equality work in local government carried out during the s presents a valuable site to explore the interaction between professional and feminist working. 4 Feminism in Government: Advocacy and Policy-making. We can test the impact feminists have made on national politics by analyzing public policy issues.
We must explore 1) agenda setting—the role of feminist groups in initiating and structuring public policy, 2) the influence of these groups on legislative and executive decision-making, and 3) the implementation of the policies enacted.
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Savage, A. Witz (Eds.), Gender and bureaucracy, Blackwell, Oxford (), pp. Some Americans like to think of the United States as a the beacon of progressiveness. But there are a lot of feminist policies from around the. Marshall, C. (ed) () Feminist Critical Policy Analysis: A perspective from primary and secondary schooling.
London, Falmer Press: This is a first class edited collection exploring the development of educational policies for schools in an international context; it includes evidence for the USA and UK.
Professor Catherine Itzin, who has died of duodenal cancer a was a feminist academic responsible for more than 30 British government policy documents on the effects of.
monarchy, the Government runs the country by implementing policies and is held to account by Parliament. • A ‘government policy’ is a plan or course of action by the Government. • Legislation is law. Policies must always comply with existing law, but may also lead to the proposal of new laws.
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For instance, the Swedish government has explicitly targeted representation as one of its three pillars of its foreign policy (the other two are rights and resources).
48 A framework for studying feminist-informed foreign policy would therefore need to take account of such moves, in particular, the ways in which feminist theory, with its.
Feminist economists dispute the gender-based assumptions that underpin the way our economies work - especially the many policies and programmes established to help improve the lives of people in less well-off regions of the world.
Take Ester Boserup. In she wrote a book which questioned the way the home was represented by development. Abstract. Drawing upon research undertaken with community development practitioners in the North East of England, this article argues that feminist community d. Feminist literature is based on the principles of feminism and includes all literary works centering on a woman's struggle for equality and to be accepted as a human being, before becoming a victim of gender stereotypes.
Not all works in this category follow a direct approach towards this goal of equality. Feminism in Government. The paper aims to show the experiences of feminism as adopted by some governments.
The current Swedish government adopted a feminist discourse and declared itself a "feminist government" in its policies relating to Women, their status and their rights, especially with regard to violence.Estimates suggest that decentralisation is currently being pursued in over 80 per cent of developing countries worldwide.
For many people, local government is the part of government that most directly impacts on their lives, particularly via the provision of local services like water, sanitation, primary education and primary healthcare.