Doughnut Economics

A new economic model gives fresh hope for gender equality

In her second post Lisa Gormley further considers the possibilities in Kate Raworth’s ‘Doughnut Economics’ to create a more just world.

In my last post I reflected on two publications: ‘Exposing the gendered myth of post-conflict transition’ by my colleagues from the Centre for Women, Peace and Security, Christine Chinkin and Madeleine Rees, and ‘Doughnut Economics’ by Kate Raworth. […]

November 16th, 2017|Uncategorized|1 Comment|
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    We must move beyond neo-liberalism to justice for people and planet

We must move beyond neo-liberalism to justice for people and planet

In the first of two posts inspired by recent reading, Lisa Gormley considers the role of neo-liberalism in States’ failure to implement human rights obligations especially for women and girls.

In ‘Exposing the gendered myth of post conflict transition’ Christine Chinkin and Madeleine Rees describe how as countries emerge from conflict, neoliberal imperatives, particularly the requirements for austerity, lead to […]

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