Feminist Reflections On Law, Society and Care Call for Papers, Manchester Metropolitan University, 21 July 2017
Manchester Law School invites contributions to the event: Feminist Reflections On Law, Society and Care to be held on Friday 21st July 2017. This event aims to bring together, individuals working within feminist frameworks to address contemporary societal issues. This could include (but is not limited to) contributions in the areas of: Ethics of Care,
Technologies, Community activism, Feminist Methodologies. Click here for more information
Gendering European Working Time Regimes: a book symposium, 29 March 2017, 4-6pm, Queen Mary.
A book symposium organised by the Centre for Research on Law, Equality and Diversity (LEAD) for Ania Zbyszewska's book Gendering European Working Time Regimes (CUP) is taking place on 29 March 2017 from 4-6pm in Room 313, Third Floor, Law Building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road E1 4NS. The standard approach to regulating working hours rests on gendered assumptions about how paid and unpaid work ought to be divided. In this book, Ania Zbyszewska takes a feminist, socio-legal approach to evaluate whether the contemporary European working time regimes can support a more equal sharing of this work. Focusing on the legal and political developments surrounding the EU's Working Time Directive and the reforms of Poland's Labour Code, Zbyszewska reveals that both regimes retain this traditional gender bias, and suggests the reasons for its persistence. Click here for further information
Betsy Stanko, 'The Policing and Prosecution of Rape' from Donatella Alessandrini on Vimeo.
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