Essays about: "LGBTI"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 essays containing the word LGBTI.

  1. 1. The EU as a human rights promoter? An analysis of the representation of LGBTI rights in EU discourse

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Johan Andersson; [2020]
    Keywords : European Union; LGBTI rights; discourse analysis; europeanness; minority rights; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The European Union and human rights, LGBTI rights included, are often considered to be closely interconnected. This seemingly straightforward image is, however, more complex than it might seem. LGBTI rights occupy a rather slim part of EU legislation, and Member States are not on the same page regarding the issue. READ MORE

  2. 2. ‘Pinkwashing’ or Protection? A Qualitative Analysis of the City of Copenhagen’s LGBTI+ Policy

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Sociologi; Lunds universitet/Socialhögskolan; Lunds universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Maja Bodekær Black; [2020]
    Keywords : Non-performativity; LGBTQIA ; local government; Denmark; equalities work; policy; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Exploring the City of Copenhagen’s LGBTI+ policy, the aim of the thesis is to analyse problems involved in implementing policies within the field of identity politics. The City of Copenhagen has formulated a policy addressing the conditions of LGBT+ people in Copenhagen. READ MORE

  3. 3. Aligning Fortress Europe with the Rainbow? The Securitization of Migration and LGBTI Asylum Seekers in the European Union.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Celia Keller Martínez; [2019-09-17]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : The increase of migration into the European Union, which peaked during the 2015humanitarian crisis of refugees, has raised concerns about security within nationalist politicaldiscourse across the EU. European right-wing populist discourse revolves around a perceivedthreat to national and European culture and identity, pushing adamantly for restrictions inmigration policy, and black-marking asylum seekers as hostile actors. READ MORE

  4. 4. Middle Managers as Silence Breakers and Voice Givers? A Critical Analysis of Middle Managers' Role in Supporting non-heterosexual Employees

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Nina Alisa Rogler; Viktoria Kandler; [2019]
    Keywords : middle managers; voice; silence; non-heterosexual employees; LGBTI; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Even though many companies are actively trying to improve the working conditions for non-heterosexual employees one can still recognize a lack of awareness for the importance of including them into the workforce. This frequently results in non-heterosexual employees feeling the need to be silent about their sexual identity and not making their voices heard in an organizational context. READ MORE

  5. 5. Fear and Loathing in the Iron Closet: The right to freedom of assembly for LGBT rights activists in the Russian Federation, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova, and the role of the Moscow Patriarchate in the invention of “gay propaganda” legislation

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Simon Andersson; [2018]
    Keywords : public international law; human rights; human rights law; echr; ecthr; european court of human rights; council of europe; european convention on human rights; lgbt rights; lgbt; lgbtq; lgbti; lgbt ; russian orthodox church; moscow patriarchate; freedom of assembly; pride; gay propaganda; moldova; ukraine; russia; russian federation; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The Iron Closet has always been deep, and although never leading to Narnia it has on occasions had the potential to be a one-way ticket to a forced labour camp. After the decline of the Soviet Union, however, the Western world rejoiced; the second parenthesis had been set out and we now lived in the main narrative again where everything ought to make sense. READ MORE