Feminationalisme en hoe vrouwen belangrijk worden in het maatschappelijk debat over migratie en integratie.
Keywords:Feminism, Migration, Integration
Women’s organizations fighting for rights for immigrant women emphasized the suppression of women within Islam. There was little attention to the labour market position of immigrant women, and a lot of attention to violence and lack of rights. Debates feminized and Islamitized at the same time. Arguments used by organizations fighting for immigrant women’s rights were appropriated by right-wing populist parties. This is called femi-nationalism. Right-wing parties also appropriated the gay rights discourse (homo-nationalism). The right-wing populist parties did so extensively, but as this article shows, so did other parties.
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