Opportunities and obstacles - screening the EU enlargement process from a gender perspective
Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, 2, (1), .
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Like any other social or political process, the EU enlargement is gendered. This article first describes gender mainstreaming as an instrument to achieve gender equity, then discusses how the EU Enlargement process both shapes and is shaped by gender relations and reproduces, challenges and modifies gender differences in both the private and public spheres.
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