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Feministisk utrikespolitik och klimat

Fritzell, Vindar LU and Leckius, Adam LU (2018) STVA22 20181
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This study explores Sweden’s strategies as a small state for exerting influence on the integration of gender issues in international climate policy. It does so by focusing on the the feminist foreign policy doctrine introduced by the current government, and its implications for Swedish international climate policy-making. The empirical data is collected through elite interviews with chosen representatives that have high-level practical experience in the field, and the theoretical framework used to analyse the results divides the strategy into four categories. The main conclusion is that while the feminist foreign policy as a clearly formulated priority naturally has provided assistance in coordinating ministries around gender mainstreaming... (More)
This study explores Sweden’s strategies as a small state for exerting influence on the integration of gender issues in international climate policy. It does so by focusing on the the feminist foreign policy doctrine introduced by the current government, and its implications for Swedish international climate policy-making. The empirical data is collected through elite interviews with chosen representatives that have high-level practical experience in the field, and the theoretical framework used to analyse the results divides the strategy into four categories. The main conclusion is that while the feminist foreign policy as a clearly formulated priority naturally has provided assistance in coordinating ministries around gender mainstreaming in international policy in general, the effect on other ministries like the Ministry of Environment is, to a certain degree, still challenged on an internal structural level by the cross-sectoral character of complex political issues like climate change. (Less)
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Fritzell, Vindar LU and Leckius, Adam LU
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organization
alternative title
En studie i Sveriges ambitioner och strategier i klimatpolitiken
course
STVA22 20181
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
Feministisk utrikespolitik, klimat, miljö, genus, små stater
language
Swedish
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8940212
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2018-10-24 16:47:02
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2018-10-24 16:47:02
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  abstract     = {This study explores Sweden’s strategies as a small state for exerting influence on the integration of gender issues in international climate policy. It does so by focusing on the the feminist foreign policy doctrine introduced by the current government, and its implications for Swedish international climate policy-making. The empirical data is collected through elite interviews with chosen representatives that have high-level practical experience in the field, and the theoretical framework used to analyse the results divides the strategy into four categories. The main conclusion is that while the feminist foreign policy as a clearly formulated priority naturally has provided assistance in coordinating ministries around gender mainstreaming in international policy in general, the effect on other ministries like the Ministry of Environment is, to a certain degree, still challenged on an internal structural level by the cross-sectoral character of complex political issues like climate change.},
  author       = {Fritzell, Vindar and Leckius, Adam},
  keyword      = {Feministisk utrikespolitik,klimat,miljö,genus,små stater},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Feministisk utrikespolitik och klimat},
  year         = {2018},
}