Equality Policy in Comparative Perspective 2013/2014 Fall
(Equality Policy 2013/14 Fall)

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Starting from what equality means as a basic legal principle and right in modern democratic systems, the course will move on to present and critically analyze the policy visions, policy approaches and policy tools used to put equality into practice.The literature to which the course refers will be interdisciplinary in nature with some texts of political philosophy, and legal theory, but mainly political science and policy theory writings. The course will look at all grounds of inequality but especially at race and ethnicity, gender and disability, and devote special attention to the intersection between different inequality axes. It will focus primarily on policy practice in Europe and North America.


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