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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (July 31, 2009)
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Citizenship is the typical language for expressing aspirations to democratic and egalitarian beliefs of inclusion, participation and civic club. besides the fact that, there is still an important hole among formal commitments to gender equality and equivalent citizenship - within the legislation and constitutions of many nations, in addition to in foreign human rights records - and the truth of women's lives. This quantity offers a set of unique works that study this persisting inequality throughout the lens of citizenship. unique students in legislations, political technological know-how and women's stories examine the numerous dimensions of women's equivalent citizenship, together with constitutional citizenship, democratic citizenship, social citizenship, sexual and reproductive citizenship and worldwide citizenship. Gender Equality takes inventory of the development towards - and ultimate impediments to - securing equivalent citizenship for girls, develops techniques for pursuing that objective and identifies new questions that may form extra inquiries.