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Cogito 10 – Dossier “Gender Equality”

Cogito. Dossier Gender Equality. Crédits Sciences PO

It is not the current health crisis that is making us realise the precariousness of women and domestic violence. These problems – like so many others – have long been known. This issue addresses areas that are rarely analysed: the negative consequences of some purportedly egalitarian and scientific policies, the geopolitics of gender, the impact of climate change on women’s lives, the paradoxical aspects of marital relations, and factors of persistence in educational and professional inequalities. The hope is that reading this issue will help everyone advance a cause that benefits society as a whole.

Introduction: Is Gender Equality
Possible in The 21st Century?
by Hélène Périvier
The New Spirit of Neoliberalism:
Equality and Economic Prosperity
by Hélène Périvier et Réjane Sénac
Gender and “Illiberal” Democracies:
Towards a New European Divide?
by Maxime Forest
Competing Perspectives
on Climate Change and Gender
by Helena Alviar Garcia
Breastfeeding Policies
Disconnected From Reality
by Marta Dominguez
Marital Separations
and the (Non-) Emancipation of Women
by Émilie Biland
Marriage Migration:
Female Paths
by Hélène Le Bail
Gender Inequalities
in Higher Education
by Ghazala Azmat
Are Quotas a Solution for Equality?
by Anne Revillard
Discover the Programme for Research and Educational Programme on Gender Studies (PRESAGE)