The Women’s Equality Party: Emergence, Organisation and Challenges

@article{Evans2019TheWE,
  title={The Women’s Equality Party: Emergence, Organisation and Challenges},
  author={Elizabeth Evans and Meryl Kenny},
  journal={Political Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={67},
  pages={855 - 871}
}
Women’s political parties are designed to increase women’s representation in politics. More than 30 have been established in Europe since 1987, yet there has been little systematic analysis of why and when they emerge, how they organise and what challenges they face. We argue that the study of women’s parties can offer insights into questions concerning inter and intra-party power relations and the relationship between social movements and political parties, while also contributing to broader… Expand

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