Completed project

EU Enlargement, Gender and Political Power: The Civic and Political Participation of Women and the Representation of Women’s Interests in EU Candidate Countries

Project duration: 
2003 - 2006

The research project focuses on the study of the political and civic participation of women in Central and Eastern Europe. It analyses the range and strategies of women’s involvement in political parties, NGOs, trade unions and social movements, and it also studies to what extent these institutions support or hinder women’s participation in determining and influencing the actual policies that are either directly or indirectly at the core of women’s interests.

Principal investigator: 
Koordinátor: 
Topics: 
EU
gender
civil society
Grant agency: 
International project
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Project publications (total 2, displaying 1 - 2)

Hašková, Hana, Alena Křížková, Marcela Linková (eds.)

For its strong informative value and its description of the multifarious activities of pro-women and feminist groups the publication In Multiple Voices (Mnohohlasem) will certainly be welcome reading among the academic, political and activist communities. The book shows that what lies behind the apparent lack of interest among Czech women in feminism is their rejection of the discriminatory “label” from its opponents. “One who names is in a position of superiority to what is named” (I.

Topic:
EU, gender, media, civil society, politics (and political attitudes), transformation, public policy
Department:
Gender & Sociology
Type of publication:
Monograph
Hašková, Hana, Alena Křížková, Marcela Linková

For its strong informative value and its description of the multifarious activities of pro-women and feminist groups the publication In Multiple Voices (Mnohohlasem) will certainly be welcome reading among the academic, political and activist communities. The book shows that what lies behind the apparent lack of interest among Czech women in feminism is their rejection of the discriminatory “label” from its opponents. “One who names is in a position of superiority to what is named” (I.

Topic:
gender, media, civil society, politics (and political attitudes), transformation
Department:
Gender & Sociology
Type of publication:
Chapter in monograph

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