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Mednarodni projekti vir: SICRIS

Feministična gibanja za revitalizacijo demokracije v Evropi

Raziskovalci (6)
št. Evidenčna št. Ime in priimek Razisk. področje Vloga Obdobje Štev. publikacijŠtev. publikacij
1.  18631  mag. Franja Arlič  Ekonomija  Tehnični sodelavec  2022 - 2024 
2.  28994  dr. Živa Humer  Družboslovje  Raziskovalec  2022 - 2024  253 
3.  21584  dr. Roman Kuhar  Kulturologija  Nekdanji/sekundarni vodja  2022 - 2024  804 
4.  55090  Leja Markelj  Sociologija  Raziskovalec  2022 - 2024  35 
5.  21687  dr. Mojca Pajnik  Politične vede  Vodja  2024  618 
6.  51890  dr. Rok Smrdelj  Kulturologija  Raziskovalec  2023 - 2024  124 
Organizacije (2)
št. Evidenčna št. Razisk. organizacija Kraj Matična številka Štev. publikacijŠtev. publikacij
1.  0366  Mirovni inštitut  Ljubljana  5498295000  3.609 
2.  0581  Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta  Ljubljana  1627058  98.181 
Povzetek
FIERCE aims at providing sound theoretical and practical knowledge and tools to revitalize alliances between the feminist movement, civil society and political decision makers in a context of growing social inequalities, political disaffection and strengthening of populist radical right anti-gender actors and discourses. The research uses an interdisciplinary, multi-dimensional and multi-level framework, that aims to overcome the limitations of both disciplinary scholarships and nationalist methodologies. FIERCE develops in-depth understanding of feminist and anti-feminist/anti-gender movements, activities and discourses, and their impact on the institutional arena and on policy outcomes, focusing on the period 2010-2021. These actors, and especially the feminist movement, will be studied through framing, political ethnography and Social Network Analyses on the background of key gender debates and controversies prefigured to be situated in the areas of: labour market; health and reproductive rights; LGBTQ rights; migration; and gender-based violence. FIERCE will cover eight case studies (France, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, Turkey, Denmark, Poland, Spain) representing a wide variety of country contexts in socio-political, geographical and welfare terms. FIERCE moves beyond a country-based approach and provides a cross-cutting comparative analysis of the way debates and controversies on gender have influenced the dynamics and output of the policy process. Building on co-creation methods and on a strong alliance with civil society organisations, FIERCE proposes pilot actions that can reinvigorate democratic practices, in line with feminist inclusive visions for the future of democracy. FIERCE thereby sets out a bottom-up, problem-driven and impact-oriented approach, bridging academic knowledge, policy-making and bottom-up democratic strategies.
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