Sex, gender identity, and the erosion of academic norms

IntroductionOn 20 November Scottish Affairs published an advance online copy of our new article, 'Losing Sight of Women's Rights (Again), in which we defend an earlier paper, published by the same journal in 2019. Our new article was written in response…

Losing sight of women’s rights (again): A response to Cowan et al.

In August 2019, the peer-reviewed journal Scottish Affairs published our article ‘Losing Sight of Women’s Rights: the unregulated introduction of gender self-identification as a case study of policy capture in Scotland’, which considered how gender self-identification principles have become embedded…

Statement about Edinburgh University Press and our Scottish Affairs article

This time last year, our article 'Losing sight of women's rights: the unregulated introduction of gender self-identification as a case study of policy capture in Scotland' was published in the journal Scottish Affairs. A couple of months prior to publication,…

Reform ‘under the radar’? Lessons for Scotland from the Development of Gender Self-Declaration Laws in Europe

Reform ‘under the radar’? Lessons for Scotland from the Development of Gender Self-Declaration Laws in Europe will be published in the forthcoming edition of  Edinburgh Law Review vol. 24 (2): pp 281-289. May 2020 An advance copy is available here:…

Losing Sight of Women’s Rights: article for Scottish Affairs

This post brings together material relating to Losing Sight of Women’s Rights: the unregulated introduction of gender self-identification as a case study of policy capture in Scotland, available here (open access) in Scottish Affairs Vol 28 (3). Authors’ statement We share the view of…

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