Sexual Equality in an Integrated Europe: Virtual Equality
This book examines the role of 'Europe' in defining, maintaining, constructing, and remedying sex discrimination. The author investigates the origins, institutions, and policies associated with recent European Union efforts to stem violence against women, sex trafficking, racism, and heterosexism.
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1 Rhetoric and Reality
2 Sexual Equality Conceived
3 Fashioning Interventions
4 Assessing Material Reforms
5 Assessing Political Equality and Mainstreaming
6 Politicizing Male Violence
7 The ProgramsStop and Daphne
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