Women’s Movements and Policy Change: Domestic Violence Policy Processes in Central and Eastern Europe

Date: 
October 18, 2013 - 09:30 - 13:00
Building: 
Nador u. 9, Monument Building
Room: 
Gellner
Event type: 
Event audience: 
Presenter(s): 
Andrea Krizsan
Presenter(s): 
Elissa Helms
Presenter(s): 
Raluca Popa
Presenter(s): 
Dorit Geva
Presenter(s): 
Mariya Ivancheva
Presenter(s): 
Sanja Kajinic
Presenter(s): 
Dominika Gruziel
Presenter(s): 
Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick
CEU host unit(s): 
Center for Policy Studies (CPS)
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Equality and Social Justice Research Group 

and the

Center for Policy Studies

invite you to the workshop

Women’s Movements and Policy Change:
Domestic Violence Policy Processes in Central and Eastern Europe

9:30-11:00Chair: Elissa Helms, Department of Gender Studies
 

Comparing Women’s Movement Influence on Domestic Violence Policy: A model of critical institutionalization
Andrea Krizsan, Center for Policy Studies
Raluca Popa, Department of Gender Studies, Council of Europe

 

A decade long quest for legislative reform: Gendered structures, women's movements and domestic violence policy change in Romania, 2000-2012
Raluca Popa, Department of Gender Studies, Council of Europe

 

The Polish women's movements' efforts to change the state policies on domestic violence between 2001-2012
Dominika Gruziel, PhD, Department of Gender Studies

 

Comments
Dorit Geva, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology

11:00-11:30

 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 Chair: Andrea Krizsan, Center for Policy Studies
 

The spirit of the law: mobilizing and/or professionalizing the women’s movement in post-socialist Bulgaria
Mariya Ivancheva, PhD, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology

 
Feminist generations in women's movement on domestic violence policy change in Croatia

Sanja Kajinic, Department of Gender Studies, Council of Europe

 

Coming back to the model
Andrea Krizsan, Center for Policy Studies
Raluca Popa, Department of Gender Studies, Council of Europe


Comments
Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, School of Public Policy

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