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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 23 Moldovian alternative report. General considerations on the implementation of the Beijing platform of action. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.iiav.nl/european-womenaction-2000/countries/reports/moldova1.html (retrieved March 18, 2002). Nelson, T. (1999, March). Democratization, NGOs, and new technologies: Building connectivity for Russian women’s groups. Report prepared for the Columbia University Project on Evaluating Western NGO strategies for Democratization and the Reduction of Ethnic Conflict in the Former Communist States. Council for Economic Priorities Accreditation Agency. Obojski, T. (1995, August 31). The Russian woman: A gold mine for a man, a salt mine of a life. Deutsche Press-Agentur. Record Number: 0D71EB09AC3D65AA. Rimashevskaia, N. (1992). The new women’s studies. In M Buckley (Ed.), Perestroika and Soviet women (pp. 118-122). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Russian alternative report (1999). National report on institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women in Russia, prepared for 43 rd session of CSW. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.iiav.nl/european-womenaction-2000/countries/reports/russi1.html (retrieved March 20, 2002). Republic of Belarus (1996). Decree of Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus. National Plan of Action for the improvement of the Status of Women, 1996-2000. [On-line]. Available at: gopher://gopher.un.org:70/00/conf/fwcw/natrep/NatActPlans/belarus.txt (retrieved March 21, 2002). Republic of Belarus (2000). The governmental report on the improvement of the status of women. [On-line]. Available at:

Authors: Tsetsura, Katerina.
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Framing women’s rights as human rights
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Moldovian alternative report. General considerations on the implementation of the
Beijing platform of action. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.iiav.nl/european-womenaction-2000/countries/reports/moldova1.html
(retrieved March 18, 2002).
Nelson, T. (1999, March). Democratization, NGOs, and new technologies: Building
connectivity for Russian women’s groups. Report prepared for the Columbia University Project
on Evaluating Western NGO strategies for Democratization and the Reduction of Ethnic Conflict
in the Former Communist States. Council for Economic Priorities Accreditation Agency.
Obojski, T. (1995, August 31). The Russian woman: A gold mine for a man, a salt mine
of a life. Deutsche Press-Agentur. Record Number: 0D71EB09AC3D65AA.
Rimashevskaia, N. (1992). The new women’s studies. In M Buckley (Ed.), Perestroika
and Soviet women (pp. 118-122). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Russian alternative report (1999). National report on institutional mechanisms for the
advancement of women in Russia, prepared for 43
rd
session of CSW. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.iiav.nl/european-womenaction-2000/countries/reports/russi1.html
(retrieved
March 20, 2002).
Republic of Belarus (1996). Decree of Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus.
National Plan of Action for the improvement of the Status of Women, 1996-2000. [On-line].
Available at:
gopher://gopher.un.org:70/00/conf/fwcw/natrep/NatActPlans/belarus.txt
(retrieved March
21, 2002).
Republic of Belarus (2000). The governmental report on the improvement of the status of
women. [On-line]. Available at:


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