Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit

Cathrine Holst has contributed with a chapter in the new volume Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit on how Norway as a non-member is affected by - and affects - EU gender equality policy.

About the book

This collection examines the opportunities and challenges, rights and wrongs, and prospects and risks of Brexit from the perspectives of gender and sexuality. While much has been written about Brexit from legal, political, social and economic perspectives, there has been little analysis of the effects of Brexit on women and gender/sexual minorities who have historically been marginalised and whose voices have been less audible in political debates – both nationally and at the European level. The collection explores how Brexit might change the equality, human rights and social justice landscape, but from the viewpoint of women and gender/sexual minorities. The contributions gathered in it demonstrate the variety of ways that Brexit will make a difference to the lives of women and individuals marginalised because of gender or sexual identity.

Full info

Splendid Isolation? On How a Non-member Is Affected by - And Affects - EU Gender Equality Policy
Cathrine Holst, Hege Skjeie and Mari Teigen

In: Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit
Moira Dustin, Nuno Ferreira and Susan Millns (Eds.)

Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03122-0 

 

Tags: Brexit, gender equality, European Union, European integration
Published Jan. 11, 2019 3:24 PM - Last modified Jan. 14, 2019 9:57 AM