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Regulating work with people and "Nature" in mind: Feminist reflections.
Whether labor law should deal with the issues of socio-ecological sustainability, and how it might do so, have been questions rarely considered in the many important debates on labor law’s normativeExpand
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The European Union Working Time Directive: Securing minimum standards, with gendered consequences
Synopsis Working-time regulation never focused on the promotion of equal opportunities. On the contrary, regulation of working hours has tended to reproduce gendered patterns of work. The EuropeanExpand
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The politics of morality: the church, the state, and reproductive rights in postsocialist Poland
In part II, Gook turns to the question of nostalgia, arguing that the well-documented phenomenon of Ostalgie for east German material culture, architecture, and places can be understood as a culturalExpand
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Gendering European Working Time Regimes: The Working Time Directive and the Case of Poland
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-legalExpand
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Active Aging through Employment: A Critical Feminist Perspective on Polish Policy
Age has become a crucial factor in labour market regulation measures undertaken in Poland in the last several years. Inspired by Europe 2020 strategy of ‘smart, sustainable and inclusive growth’,Expand
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“Taking Stock of Twenty Years of EU Equality Law and Policymaking and Looking Ahead”
The development of equality legislation at European Union (EU) level is one of the major achievements of the European integration project, and its role in driving advances in equality law and policyExpand
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