This publication aims to critically analyse the emergence of anti-gender mobilisations in European far right and conservative party programmes and the role of the respective parties in shaping the discourse and mobilisations. Five case studies - France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia - are looked upon. Common chronological overview and transnational commonalities are introduced. The authors argue that "gender" serves as "symbolic glue" for agenda setting for conservatives and the far right political forces. However, anti-gender forces have a deeper root in crisis of neoliberalism. The publication offers policy recommendations to progressive actors to stand against fundamentalist political activism.
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A kötet legfőbb tanulságainak összefoglalója magyar nyelven elérhető itt.