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Workshop: New challenges, changes and trajectories in gender equality policies

23-24 June 2022 / University of Verona
Room SMT.11 (ground floor) – Via Cantarane 24 – Verona

New challenges, changes and trajectories in gender equality policies

 

Workshop of the Standing Group “Gender and Politics” of the Italian Political Science Association

Chairs: Pamela Pansardi (University of Pavia) _ Massimo Prearo (University of Verona)

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>>> Keynote conference on Friday 24, 2.30 pm <<<

Opposition to gender equality policies, de-democratization,
and feminist institutional response in Europe:
challenges and opportunities

Emanuela Lombardo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

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Conference program / Day 1

14.00 > Greetings and Introduction

14.15 Session I – Changes in gender equality paradigms

Giulia Arena
The gender narratives in Gender Equality Plans: how gender is constructed through equality policies

Mariella Nocenzi and Antonella Pilozzi
Intersectionality as a new gendered policy-making paradigm about health issues: the Italian case

16.00 > Break

Session II – Trajectories of gender equality policies

Lema Salah
Saving Afghan Women. Rescue Narratives in Gender Discourses of Dutch Armed Forces in 2006-2015

Emiliana De Blasio and Donatella Selva
Women at the digital margins: Gender equality policies in the post-pandemic in France, Italy and the UK

Paloma Caravantes, MariaCaterina La Barbera, Laura Cassain and Julia Espinosa-Fajardo
From theory to praxis: a round trip towards the institutionalization of intersectionality

Conference program / Day 2

9.00    Session III – Shaping and framing gender equality policies

Marina Rallo
Policy and drafting: transposing gender equality in the writing of legislation

Anna Di Giusto
Italian School and Queer Pedagogy. From the Law to the Needs of Reality

Manasi Sinha and Pratyush Bibhakar
Prioritizing or Co-opting: Revisiting Gender Equality Policy Discourse under New Female Leadership in the EU

10.45 > Break

11.15 Session IV – Challenges in addressing gender and LGBT+ equality issues 

Charlène Calderaro
How race repertoires shape the prevention of femonationalism: A comparative approach of anti-street harassment policies in Britain and France

Martijn Mos
The Pro-European Dimension of Anti-Gender Politics: Evidence from Eastern Europe

Katinka Linnamäki and Laura-Elena Sibinescu
Anti-LGBTQ+ referenda in Hungary and Romania

13.00 > Lunch

14.30 Keynote speech:

Emanuela Lombardo
Opposition to gender equality policies, de-democratization, and feminist institutional response in Europe: challenges and opportunities

15.30 > Final discussion