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Gendering the European Parliament

Exploring the Dynamics of Democratization and De-Democratization for Gender+ Equality I

Contentious Politics
 
Democracy
 
Democratisation
 
Feminism
 
Policy Change
 
Political Regime
 
Panel Number
P025
Panel Chair
Ana Espírito-Santo
Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – CIES-IUL
Panel Discussants
Ana Espírito-Santo
Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – CIES-IUL
Karen Celis
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Time
08/06/2017 12:30 - 14:15
Location
Building: Anthropole Floor: 2 Room: 2064
Abstract
Across Europe, countries currently experience political dynamics that challenge and threaten democracy. Governments in Hungary and Poland, for instance, are marginalizing opposition, concentrating political power and curbing space for independent media and social movements. This coincides with a rise of populist and anti-immigrant parties with anti-democratic tendencies. In some other parts of the world, for instance Latin America, we see contrasting dynamics with governments introducing new mechanisms for social inclusion and participatory democracy that encounter problems being sustained.

What are the implications of these worrisome political dynamics for gender+ equality policies and institutions? This double panel presents papers that deepen our understanding of how dynamics of de-democratization and democratization affect gender+ equality across a range of outcomes and different policy areas. Papers are both theoretical and empirical, and focus on a wide range of different contexts.

Paper List


Title Details
Democracy and the Adoption of Gender Quotas Worldwide View Paper Details
Taming the Unruly: The Adoption of Youth Quotas after the ‘Arab Spring’ View Paper Details
The Rising Tide of Populism and Women’s Authoritarian Inclusion in Turkey under the Justice and Development Party Governance View Paper Details
Understanding Democratic Reversal from a Gender Perspective: The Curious Case of Turkey View Paper Details
Understanding the Dynamic Relationship between Processes of (de)Democratization and Gender Equality Progress: A Theoretical Contribution View Paper Details
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