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Lessons from an Idiosyncratic Greek Eco-Feminist Experiment (Essay)

Nebula 2010, Sept, 7, 3

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Lessons from an idiosyncratic Greek eco-feminist experiment From 1989 to 1993 (after two consecutive elections in November 1989 and April 1990) a small Greek political party, the Ecologists-Alternatives (EA)-Federation of Ecological and Alternative Organisations, which was promoted as the coalition of ecologists and feminists, favoured by a short interval of a nearly proportional electoral system and boosted by its motto: 'New politics is a woman', won a parliamentary seat and was represented in the Greek parliament exclusively by women MPs based on an annual rotation scheme. The party during its electoral campaigns had declared its origins in the new social movements and had advocated alternative politics and support for social transformations in favour of gender equality and a renewed place for women in politics. Through their declarations for more direct forms of democracy via numerous referenda the EA sought to engulf the principles of radical democracy (1) which were largely the concern of many feminists. The case is distinct in the Greek political scene and it is worth studying since it sheds light on certain issues related to the history of social movements in Greece in the postdictatorship era (after 1974).

Lessons from an Idiosyncratic Greek Eco-Feminist Experiment (Essay)
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  • Category: Reference
  • Published: 01 September 2010
  • Publisher: Samar Habib
  • Print Length: 17 Pages
  • Language: English
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