Monthly Archives: May 2012

France, Hollande and the Future of Gender Equality

Sophie Drouet is a masters candidate in the MSc in Gender, Policy and Inequalities programme at the LSE and was a politics student at Sciences Po Lille.  She explores the potential meanings of the election of Francois Hollande in France for gender equality, particularly for women in France.   François Hollande, who defeated the incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy by a […]

Women born women?

This post was originally posted on the F-Word. In this post Helen G looks at the phrase ‘women born women’ following a lively debate surrounding the RadFem2012 conference organisers’ choice to limit the access to the conference to ‘women born women’. She problematises the phrase and shows how the focus on sex at birth as the determining factor for gender […]

May 24th, 2012|Society|3 Comments|

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