An exploration of the ways in which a number of inequalities are being addressed in Europe. utilizing country-based and region-specific case reports it presents an leading edge comparative research of the multidimensional equality regimes which are rising in Europe, and divulges the capability that those have for institutionalizing intersectionality.
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