The Public Law of Gender: From the Local to the Global
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This book is part of a series aimed at connecting international law with public law. The series discusses the important issues of health, environment, movement of people and security through the lens of connecting international law with public law. This final volume in the series concentrates on the gendered dimensions of international and public law from an interdisciplinary perspective, thereby acknowledging that law alone is too blunt a tool to address adequately the issues of gender that arise in the context of these legal spheres.
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