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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 25 United Nations (2000b). United Nations General Assembly Special Session “Women 2000: Gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century:” An overview. The United Nations Department of Public Information, DPI/2035/N–May 2000. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/followup/session/presskit/gasp.htm (retrieved March 18, 2002). United Nations (2001). The Division for the Advancement of Women: Governments’ reports. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/followup/reports.htm (retrieved March 20, 2002). Uzbekistan (2000). Information on the enhancement of the role of women in the political and economical process in Uzbekistan: Governmental report. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.unpd.uz/GID/eng/UZBEKISTAN/GENERAL/GGA/wom-role.html (retrieved March 21, 2002). We/Myi (2000). Comments from Russia’s participants in the special session. Interviews. We/Myi: Magazine, 28. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.we-myi.org/issues/28/interview.html (retrieved April 14, 2002). White, N. (1997). Women in changing societies: Latvia and Lithuania. In M. Buckley (Ed.), Post-Soviet women: From the Baltic to Central Asia (pp. 213-218).Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Women Action 2000 (2000). The web-site homepage. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.womenaction.org/csw44/mediapractices.html (retrieved March 19, 2002). Zavadskaya, L. (2000). The woman’s and rights protection movements: Do we have the same way? Woman Plus: social-educational magazine, 2. [On-line]. Available at: http://www.owl.eu/eng/womplus/2000/zavadskaya.htm (retrieved April 15, 2002).

Authors: Tsetsura, Katerina.
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United Nations (2000b). United Nations General Assembly Special Session “Women 2000:
Gender equality, development and peace for the twenty-first century:” An overview. The United
Nations Department of Public Information, DPI/2035/N–May 2000. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/followup/session/presskit/gasp.htm
(retrieved
March 18, 2002).
United Nations (2001). The Division for the Advancement of Women: Governments’
reports. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/followup/reports.htm
(retrieved March 20, 2002).
Uzbekistan (2000). Information on the enhancement of the role of women in the political
and economical process in Uzbekistan: Governmental report. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.unpd.uz/GID/eng/UZBEKISTAN/GENERAL/GGA/wom-role.html
(retrieved March 21, 2002).
We/Myi (2000). Comments from Russia’s participants in the special session. Interviews.
We/Myi: Magazine, 28. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.we-myi.org/issues/28/interview.html
(retrieved April 14, 2002).
White, N. (1997). Women in changing societies: Latvia and Lithuania. In M. Buckley
(Ed.), Post-Soviet women: From the Baltic to Central Asia (pp. 213-218).Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press.
Women Action 2000 (2000). The web-site homepage. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.womenaction.org/csw44/mediapractices.html
(retrieved March 19, 2002).
Zavadskaya, L. (2000). The woman’s and rights protection movements: Do we have the
same way? Woman Plus: social-educational magazine, 2. [On-line]. Available at:
http://www.owl.eu/eng/womplus/2000/zavadskaya.htm
(retrieved April 15, 2002).


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