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Vloga gibanj za pravice žensk pri spremembah spolno diskriminatorne zakonodaje po arabski pomladi
Zughool, Samar Mohammad Ali (Author), Lajh, Damjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Po arabski pomladi so se gibanja za pravice žensk v Jordaniji in Tuniziji angažirala v prizadevanjih za spremembe spolno diskriminatorne zakonodaje. Medtem ko se je demokratizacija v Tuniziji začela s padcem avtoritarnega režima, so se reforme v Jordaniji začele pri političnem vrhu. Z induktivnim sklepanjem in kvalitativnimi metodami smo preučili vlogo gibanj za pravice žensk pri spreminjanju spolno diskriminatorne zakonodaje. Ugotovili smo, da se v obeh državah širši diskurz pravic žensk razlikuje od diskurza enakih pravic žensk. Kljub razlikam v političnem kontekstu pa so se gibanja za enakost spolov v obeh državah soočala s podobnimi izzivi. Islam kot družbeno-politična ideologija onemogoča enakost spolov tako na ravni zakonodaje kot njenega izvajanja. Enakosti spolov na vseh področjih ne bo mogoče doseči brez sekularizacije. Gibanja za pravice žensk v Tuniziji so dosegla napredek, ker je v državi prihajalo do radikalnih sprememb, ki jih je vodila sekularna stranka. Režimski feminizem in izkoriščanje ženskih voditeljic v politične namene gibanjem za pravice žensk v Jordaniji onemogočata spremembe zakona o državljanstvu. Režimski feminizem v Tuniziji podpira gibanje za enakost pri dedovanju. Vendar pa gre pri tej podpori za selektivni feminizem, ki gibanju preprečuje, da bi za svoje cilje pridobilo širšo podporo. Intersekcionalni feminizem je orodje, s katerim bi se gibanje v Tuniziji lahko borilo proti selektivnemu feminizmu. V Jordaniji pa vladajoči režim medtem omejuje mobilizacijo množic. Ta splošni okvir se pozneje lahko uporabi za druge raziskave v arabskih muslimanskih državah.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:ženska gibanja, enakost spolov, Jordanija, Tunizija.
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:35992413 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:The Role of Women’s Rights Movements in Reforming Public Policies after the Arab Spring
Abstract:
After the Arab Spring, women’s rights movements in Jordan and in Tunisia are mobilized to reform public policies. While the democratization in Tunisia started with the fall of the authoritarian regime, the political reform in Jordan was initiated from the top. We used inductive reasoning and qualitative research methods to study the role of the movements in reforming gender discriminatory policies. In both countries, broader women’s rights narratives differ from women’s rights narratives for gender equality. Despite the differences in the political context, the movements for gender equality in both countries have encountered similar challenges. Islam as a socio-political ideology opposes gender equality at the legislative and implementation levels. Without secularization, gender equality in all sectors cannot be achieved. WRMs in Tunisia have made progress due to the radical transition led by a secular party. State feminism and co-optation of female leadership have meanwhile hindered WRMs in Jordan in amending the nationality law. While state feminism in Tunisia has supported the movement in the efforts for equal inheritance law, this support has been perceived as selective feminism, which prevents the movement from receiving a wider social support for their cause. Intersectional feminism is a potential tool for the Tunisian movement to combat selective feminism, while the movement in Jordan has been hindered by limitations on mass mobilization imposed by the repressive regime. The general frame can be applied for further studies in other Arab Muslim countries.

Keywords:women’s movements, gender equality, Jordan, Tunisia.

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