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Reproductive justice for the haunted Nordic welfare state : Race, racism, and queer bioethics in Finland
The Nordic welfare state aims to offer universal healthcare and achieve good health, bar none. We discuss past and present moral blind spots in welfare state bioethics through reproductive justice and queer bioethics, ...
Constructions of care in EU economic, social, and gender equality policy : Care providers and care recipients vs. the needs of the economy?
The European Union (EU) is facing a crisis of care due to demographic shifts, policies aimed at driving up women’s employment while cutting state care expenditures, and marketizing public care provisions. This article ...
Feminist Governance in the European Parliament: The Political Struggle over the Inclusion of Gender in the EU’s COVID-19 Response
The research objective of this article is to analyze the European Parliament’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of feminist governance. Feminist governance can either play a role in ensuring the ...
Making Do as a Migrant in Morocco: Between Formal Recognition and True Integration
The New Migration Policy developed from September 2013 onwards initiated a new approach to the presence of migrants in Morocco. It began a process that rendered it possible for migrants to attempt to access and maintain a ...
Am I a ‘Good’ Woman?”: Everyday Experiences of Non-White Women in a “Country of Gender Equality,” Finland
Social Dialogue in Defence of Vulnerable Groups in Post-COVID-19 Labour Markets: EU-Level Report
(SocArxiv papers, 2023-11)
Filipino nurses as enablers of the future welfare state : The global commodity chains of producing racialized care labour for ageing Finland
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022)
In the current policy environment in Finland, labour migration is portrayed as a solution for the sustenance of the ageing welfare state. However, foreign professional qualifications are generally less valued than those ...