By Anna van der Vleuten, Anouka van Eerdewijk, C. Roggeband
This booklet analyses the diffusion of norms relating gender-based violence and gender mainstreaming of reduction and alternate among the european, South the USA and Southern Africa. Norm diffusion is conceptualized as a very multidirectional and polycentric strategy, formed through neighborhood governance and leading to new geometries of transnational activism.
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The territorial demarcation is usually institutionalized in the conditions for membership, enabling a regional organization to exclude certain countries and include others. The territorial aspect distinguishes regional organizations from international organizations which have a potentially global membership. 1) and accordingly does not exclude any state in advance. Geographical coherence is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for a group of states to constitute a region. In fact, regional organizations often refer to some shared identity.
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It almost goes without saying that the EU’s self-definition is not necessarily shared and subscribed to by other regions, especially not when it positions itself as a gatekeeper to the European market. Whereas many authors have commented upon the EU’s external role and the inconsistencies in its policies (Knodt and Princen 2003; Lister and Carbone 2006; Orbie 2008; Söderbaum and Van Langenhove 2006), a critical discussion of the top-down, one-way view of norm diffusion which is inherent to the NPE concept is still largely absent in the literature.