5 edition of The Changing Politics of Gender Equality in Britain found in the catalog.
March 20, 2002 by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|Contributions||Esther Breitenbach (Editor), Alice Brown (Editor), Fiona Mackay (Editor), Janette Webb (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||239|
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It gives account of the evolution of gender equality policies and practice at different levels of governance in Britain over the past three decades. Get this from a library. The changing politics of gender equality in Britain. [Esther Breitenbach;] -- "This comprehensive collection brings together key academics, activists and practitioners to review the changing politics of the 'project' of gender equality.
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This comprehensive collection brings together key academics, activists and practitioners to review the changing politics of the 'project' of gender equality.
It gives account of the evolution of gender equality policies and practice at different levels of governance in Britain Pages: The election of a Labour government incommitted to a programme of constitutional change and modernisation, has provided new opportunities and new structural spaces in which the politics of gender equality can be : Esther Breitenbach, Alice Brown, Fiona Mackay, Janette Webb.
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