Contesting Politics: Women in Ireland, North and South

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groups attending to the practical needs and interests of women -- indeed, the civic space on both sides of the border is heavily feminised -- their strategic needs and interests remain unmet. Unless and until there is a paradigmatic shift to gender facilitation among the parties, most women will remain perched at the margins of both polity and society.


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