Crossborder FeminismsWendy Harcourt in Conversation with Srilatha Batliwala, Sunila Abeysekera and Rawwida Baksh
AbstractWendy Harcourt interviews three feminist activists who have been engaged in feminist action from the grassroots to transnational levels. They reflect on changes in feminist and women's movement organizing, both in terms of what are the new issues emerging today and what feminist organizing has given to transformational movement building.
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Volume (Year): 55 (2012)
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