The Swedish Feminist Foreign Policy

For a long time, Sweden has been a prominent champion of gender equality, both domestically and internationally, regardless of the political party in government. This article is part of the web dossier on Feminist Foreign Policy that we produced in cooperation with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.

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Why Feminists Deserve Paternity Leave

While yes, the issue of gender-inequality is multifaceted, and paid paternity leave is not a cure-all, nor automatically closes the gender wage gap, requiring employers to provide paid parental leave to both parents is a great first step. Kingsley discusses.

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Refugee Legislation in South Africa: A Feminist Foreign Policy Analysis - Part 2

This is the second part of a two part series that utilises a feminist foreign policy (ffp) framing to analyse refugee policy in South Africa. Part 1 has previously outlined the ffp principles, migration legislation and discourse analysis to determine the extent of gender inclusivity in refugee law. Part 2 explores ideas of national security and sovereignty which dominate discussions about the asylum regime to provide a contextual understanding of the barriers to a gender sensitive refugee policy in South Africa. Farley discusses.

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