Introduction: Gendering Labour Law
This special section of feminists@law is the outcome of a workshop on 'Gendering Labour Law' held at Kent Law School on 20-21 June 2013. Its aspiration is to help to revitalise labout law by infusing it with a robust feminist engagement with core concepts such as work, care, gender and social reproduction.
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