International Feminist Journal of Politics: Does European Union studies have a gender problem? Experiences from studying Brexit

The absence of feminist contributions helped to marginalize equality and fundamental rights in the accession agreements 10 years ago.

This is according to a May 2018 article by Roberta Guerrina et al. on the omission of gender in EU studies , which argues that this omission is being repeated today in debates and discussions around Brexit.

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