In this essay, the author wants to outline briefly both some of the ways in which the assumptions and categories of international law can be damaging to women, and also some of the ways in which creative feminists could use international law to transform both international policy and the domestic political and legal discourse. In the wake of September 11, a robust feminist engagement with international law and policy is more urgent than ever before.
14 Yale J.L. & Feminism 345-361 (2002)
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Brooks, Rosa Ehrenreich, "Feminism and International Law: An Opportunity for Transformation" (2002). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 1132.
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