Unpacking the consequences of Brexit – Implications for women (2020)
CitationMasselot A (2020). Unpacking the consequences of Brexit – Implications for women. Christchurch: University of the Third Age. 17/11/2020.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4804 - Law in context::480407 - Law, gender and sexuality (incl. feminist legal scholarship)
44 - Human society::4408 - Political science::440806 - Gender and politics
48 - Law and legal studies::4804 - Law in context::480405 - Law and society and socio-legal research
48 - Law and legal studies::4807 - Public law::480703 - Domestic human rights law
48 - Law and legal studies::4803 - International and comparative law::480304 - European Union law
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