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Gender and social justice in Wales

Author: Nickie Charles; Charlotte Aull Davies
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2010
Series: Gender studies in Wales
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Assesses how policies developed by the National Assembly for Wales are affecting gender inequalities and investigates whether they are having an impact on social justice for women in Wales. Focusing  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nickie Charles; Charlotte Aull Davies
ISBN: 9780708322680 0708322689 9780708322697 0708322697
OCLC Number: 900295092
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 265 p.) illustrations
Contents: Part I: Gender, political representation and social justice Chapter 1. Setting the scene: devolution, gender politics and social justice, Nickie Charles Chapter 2. Gender mainstreaming and public policy in post-devolution Wales, Paul Chaney Chapter 3. Gender and political representation: views from the grassroots, Sandra Betts, Bangor University Part II: Social justice for women? Chapter 4. Devolution, gender and childcare: a distinctive agenda for Wales? Wendy Ball, Swansea University Chapter 5. Developing a domestic abuse strategy, Nickie Charles and Stephanie Jones, International College Wales Swansea Chapter 6. Mainstreaming Across the Equality Dimensions: Policy on Sexual Orientation in Wales, Alison Parken, Cardiff University Chapter 7. Making the world new for them: an exploration of women in power in the post-devolution Welsh education system, Sue Sanders, Chapter 8. Gendering housing policy, Susan Hutson and Tamsin Stirling Chapter 9. The material resources of older women in Wales and WAG policy responses, Vanessa Burholt, Swansea University Chapter 10. Devolution and Welsh language policy: a gender dimension? Charlotte Aull Davies Chapter 11. The future, Nickie Charles and Charlotte Aull Davies
Series Title: Gender studies in Wales
Responsibility: edited by Nickie Charles and Charlotte Aull Davies

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