Inside Outsiders

@article{Kelly2005InsideO,
  title={Inside Outsiders},
  author={L. Kelly},
  journal={International Feminist Journal of Politics},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={471 - 495}
}
  • L. Kelly
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics
Abstract The campaign by feminists to gender the international human rights agenda predates the emergence of mainstreaming as a methodology. This ‘activist mainstreaming’ provides an interesting case study since it operates at the transnational level with actors primarily from civil society. This article explores how the issue of violence against women provided a strategic framing for a global alliance, which also proved adept at using the political opportunity structures of the UN, and… Expand
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