By Anna van der Vleuten, Anouka van Eerdewijk, C. Roggeband
This publication analyses the diffusion of norms touching on gender-based violence and gender mainstreaming of reduction and exchange among the ecu, South the US and Southern Africa. Norm diffusion is conceptualized as a very multidirectional and polycentric procedure, formed by way of nearby governance and leading to new geometries of transnational activism.
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From a gender equality perspective, then, these inconsistencies suggest that NPE might be caught in a paradox, with the EU promoting norms that both enhance and undermine the diffusion of transformative gender equality norms. The EU’s role as a norm promoter that pursues normative goals is linked to and partially explained by the character of the EU itself and the regulatory means it has at its disposal. These observations generate questions regarding Europe’s capacity to balance the different roles it takes and the inconsistencies between the pursuit of its economic goals and its normative ones.
Inter)regional relations may enhance or hamper gender norm travelling between the different levels and merit attention for that reason. Differentiating between the global and the regional level allows, therefore, for further unpacking of the nature of norm diffusion dynamics. In this chapter, the specific characteristics of regional organizations and interregional relations as well as regional advocacy networks (RANs) are discussed. Furthermore, we argue for the relevance of the regional level for the study of gender equality norms.
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