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Are borders only georgaphic? A case study of whether framing of women’s rights as human rights is successful at the domestic level
Unformatted Document Text:  Framing women’s rights as human rights 22 References Azhgikhina, N. (2000, June 6). Do gendernogo ravenstva daleko. (A long way to gender equality). Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Independent Newspaper). [On-line]. Available at: http://ng.ru/events/2000-06-06/2_gender.html (retrieved April 15, 2002) Buckley, M. (1997). Victims and agents: Gender in post-Soviet states. In M. Buckley (Ed.), Perestroika and Soviet women (pp. 3-16). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Feminist League, Kazakhstan (1997). The official web-site. Available at: http://www.neww.org/countries/Kazakhstan/feminist_league_kazakhstan.htm (retrieved March 19, 2002). Hockstader, L. (1995, September 1). For women, new Russia is far from liberating sexism, violence common in post-communist era. Washington Post, p. A25. International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, IHF-HR (2000). Women 2000: An investigation into the status of women’s rights in the former Soviet Union and Central and Southern-Eastern Europe. New York: IHF-HR. Kay, R. (2000). Russian women and their organizations: Gender, discrimination and grassroots women’s organizations, 1991-96. London: MacMillan Press Ltd. Keck, M., & Sikkink, K. (1998). Activists beyond borders. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Lohmann, K. (2000). KARAT coalition speech. The Women Action web-site. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.womenaction.org/csw44/karat.html#1 (retrieved March 20, 2002). McIntosh Sundstrom, L. (2002, March). International rights regimes and resistant domestic norms: Russia and women’s rights. Paper presented at the 43 rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA.

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Framing women’s rights as human rights
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References
Azhgikhina, N. (2000, June 6). Do gendernogo ravenstva daleko. (A long way to gender
equality). Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Independent Newspaper). [On-line]. Available at:
http://ng.ru/events/2000-06-06/2_gender.html
(retrieved April 15, 2002)
Buckley, M. (1997). Victims and agents: Gender in post-Soviet states. In M. Buckley
(Ed.), Perestroika and Soviet women (pp. 3-16). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Feminist League, Kazakhstan (1997). The official web-site. Available at:
http://www.neww.org/countries/Kazakhstan/feminist_league_kazakhstan.htm
(retrieved March
19, 2002).
Hockstader, L. (1995, September 1). For women, new Russia is far from liberating
sexism, violence common in post-communist era. Washington Post, p. A25.
International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, IHF-HR (2000). Women 2000: An
investigation into the status of women’s rights in the former Soviet Union and Central and
Southern-Eastern Europe. New York: IHF-HR.
Kay, R. (2000). Russian women and their organizations: Gender, discrimination and
grassroots women’s organizations, 1991-96. London: MacMillan Press Ltd.
Keck, M., & Sikkink, K. (1998). Activists beyond borders. Ithaca: Cornell University
Press.
Lohmann, K. (2000). KARAT coalition speech. The Women Action web-site. [On-line].
Available at:
http://www.womenaction.org/csw44/karat.html#1
(retrieved March 20, 2002).
McIntosh Sundstrom, L. (2002, March). International rights regimes and resistant
domestic norms: Russia and women’s rights. Paper presented at the 43
rd
Annual Convention of
the International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA.


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