New waves for old rights? Women’s mobilization and bodily rights in Turkey and Norway

@article{Smer2017NewWF,
  title={New waves for old rights? Women’s mobilization and bodily rights in Turkey and Norway},
  author={Sevil S{\"u}mer and Hande Eslen-Ziya},
  journal={European Journal of Women's Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={23 - 38}
}
This article focuses on the resurgence of women’s movements in Turkey and Norway against the backdrop of their historical trajectories and wider gender policies. Throughout the 2010s, both countries witnessed a similar set of conservative and neoliberal policies that intervened in women’s bodily rights. In both countries, women’s movements responded with mass mobilizations and influenced the political agenda. The proposed restrictions on abortion were interpreted as a restriction on women’s… 
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