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Feminist Protests and Politics in a World in Crisis
Volume 29, Issues 2&3 July-November 2021
In a world overshadowed by the climate crisis, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, rampant economic inequality and rising levels of intolerance and extremism, feminist activism continues unabated.
This special double issue of G&D explores the topic of feminist protests and politics, bringing together articles from activists, researchers and practitioners from across the globe.
Case studies and analyses explore local, national and transnational feminist movements and organising, the impact of women in formal political roles, the backlash against women’s rights, and more. Taken together they demonstrate that feminists everywhere are continuing to demand rights and gender justice, despite the multiple challenges they face.
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