4 edition of Women in academia and equality law found in the catalog.
Women in academia and equality law
by Kluwer Law International, Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers in The Hague, The Netherlands, Frederick, MD, USA
Written in English
|Statement||editor, Roger Blanpain ; guest editor, Ann Numhauser-Henning ; contributors, Susanne Burri ... [et al.].|
|Series||Bulletin of comparative labour relations -- 57|
|Contributions||Blanpain, R. 1932-, Numhauser-Henning, Ann, 1951-, Burri, Susanne.|
|LC Classifications||LB2332.34.E8 W65 2006, LC212.43.E8 W65 2006 W65 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
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In our book on gender, bias and a pre-conference hackathon about ‘Strategies for how men can advance women’s equality in political Work-Family Balance in Academia, published by Author: International Affairs. Women and the Law is a pioneering study of the way in which the law has treated women – at work, in the family, in matters of sexuality and fertility, and in public life.
Written by Susan Atkins and Brenda Hoggett, then University teachers, the book was first published in The authors examine the origins of British law’s attitude to women, trace the development of the law. This book examines landmark cases establishing women’s legal rights, offering accounts of the litigants, history, parties, strategies, and theoretical implications.
It will enrich any law school course and can serve as a text for a course on women and the law, gender and law, feminist jurisprudence, or women’s studies/5(7). Furthermore, it is pertinent that that Committee has declared that the protection of minority rights in article 27 of the ICCPR is bounded by women's right to equality (ibid: para.
32). The right to equality should not only exist in law as formal or de jure equality, but it should also be enjoyed in actual : Ingrid Westendorp. Community Equality Law.
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Introduction 2. Some preliminary points 3. Women and Law is a [volume] aiming at women that have experienced encounters with the Indian Law the volume has 11 chapters that raise heated questions and critically challenge the social institutions by providing detailed evidence of specific cases, judicial precedent, trails and stories of victims.
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N this new book by Flavia Agnes, much of the analysis is devoted to exploring how and why the economic rights and power of women are affected by the personal laws of the various religious communities. Agnes makes good use of her background as an activist and lawyer specialising in women’s rights to draw widely from legal, academic, community.
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Gender equality – which becomes reality when all genders are treated fairly and allowed equal opportunities – is a complicated human rights issue for every country in the world. Recent statistics are sobering. According to the World Economic Forum, it will take years to achieve gender parity.
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of women everywhere, in all spheres of public and private life. The struggle for gender equality was still in its early stages at the inception of the United Nations in Of the original 51 member states, only 30 allowed women equal voting rights with men or permitted them to hold public office.
Nevertheless, the drafters of the. Academic Capitalism in the Age of Globalization. by Brendan Cantwell,Ilkka Kauppinen. Author: Brendan Cantwell,Ilkka Kauppinen. Publisher: JHU Press. ISBN: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Women in Academia and Equality Law.
by Susanne Burri. INTRODUCTION: SOVEREIGNTY AND EQUALITY Neither ‘sovereignty’2 nor ‘equality’3 is an idea which is unambiguous or easy to understand. Each has a ‘natural’ connotation, as in claims that states must be sovereign or that all men are created equal, which make it difficult to prise away the legal meaning of the terms from the powerful political slogans they sometimes.
Women are beginning to demand that Marriage shall mean Friendship as well as Passion; that a comrade-like Equality shall be included in the word Love; and it is recognised that from the one extreme of a 'Platonic' friendship (generally between persons of the same sex) up to the other extreme of passionate love (generally between persons of.
Education and Gender Equality helps build a new feminist framework for analyzing education. With its twelve chapters, the book has a wide scope, containing comparative historical accounts of the development of women's education, challenging chapters on girls' academic achievement compared with that of boys, and ethnographic material on the interplay of race and class in shaping women.
Although family law is gendered, I wanted to analyze how deeply gendered the legal profession is and whether the law school attended or law firm practice plays a role in this disparity. To do this I will apply Lawyer X’s experiences to research on women in the legal profession, women owned law firms and discrimination within these two areas.
Women and Equality in the Workplace: A Reference Handbook is an expert overview of the issues of gender equity in the workplace as they have evolved from World War II to the present. Focusing primarily on the United States, while drawing broad contrasts with nations around the world, the book describes the practical impact of laws and social.
Keywords: academia; Australia; equality; gender; universities; women Introduction When data were published on the gender composition of staff in Australian universities in the mids women comprised 20 per cent of academic staff but held only 6 per cent of the senior positions (above senior lecturer).
The increase in the representation of women. Susan G. Mezey 's Elusive Equality: Women 's Rights, Public Policy, And The Law Essay Words | 5 Pages.
In Elusive Equality: Women 's Rights, Public Policy, and the Law, Susan G. Mezey touches several topics that highlight the trials and tribulations women have face over the year just to get one step closer to being considered “legally equaled” to a man. Equality is an ideal to which we all aspire.
Yet the more closely we examine it, the more its meaning shifts. How do we explain how equal treatment can in effect lead to inequality, while unequal treatment might be necessary in order to achieve equality?
The apparent paradox can be understood if we accept that equality can be formulated in different ways, depending .The Wellesley Centers for Women is a premier women- and gender-focused, social-change oriented research-and-action institute at Wellesley College. Our mission is to advance gender equality, social justice, and human wellbeing through .