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Law and Gender in Modern Ireland: Critique and Reform (eBook)

Edited by: Lynsey Black, Peter Dunne

ISBN13: 9781509917235
Published: February 2019
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
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In recent years, the intersection of law and gender has assumed a growing importance in Irish social and political life. Debates over reproductive justice, increased rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) persons and the historic mistreatment of women and young girls have dominated public discourse, and encouraged Irish society to re-examine long-unchallenged gender norms. While many traditional flashpoints, such as abortion and prostitution/sex work, remain, new questions, such as surrogacy, online-harassment and the gendered-experience of Direct Provision, have emerged. As policy-makers seek to enact reforms, they face a population with increasingly polarised perceptions of gender and a legal framework ill-equipped for the realities of modern Irish life.

This edited volume directly addresses modern Irish debates on law and gender. Providing an overview of the existing rules and standards, as well as exploring possible options for reform, it stands as a definitive statement of the law in Ireland and an invaluable resource for pursuing gendered social change. While the collection will incorporate a descriptive methodology to explain current statutes, case law and administrative practices, the editors encourage critical gender, queer and race perspectives. It is essential reading for all who are interested in law and gender studies, and law in Ireland.

Subjects:
Irish Law, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction, Lynsey Black (National University of Ireland, Maynooth) and Peter Dunne (University of Bristol)
Part One: Gender and the Criminal Law
1. Sexual Offences Law in Ireland: Countering Gendered Stereotypes in Adjudications of Consent in Rape Trials, Susan Leahy (University of Limerick)
2. Prostitution and Sex Work, Ivana Bacik (Trinity College Dublin)
3. Gender, Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation, and Prostitution, Monica O’Connor (University College Dublin) and Nusha Yonkova (Immigration Council of Ireland)
4. Abortion Law in Ireland: Reflecting on Reform, Máiréad Enright (University of Birmingham)
Part Two: Family and Relationships
5. Mapping a Transformed Landscape: Sexual Orientation and the Law in Ireland, Fergus Ryan (National University of Ireland, Maynooth)
6. Law and Parental Rights, Brian Tobin (National University of Ireland, Galway)
7. Surrogacy Law in Ireland: The Troubling Consequences of Legislative Inertia, Andrea Mulligan (Trinity College Dublin)
8. Law and Gender in Ireland: Domestic Violence Law, Louise Crowley (University College Cork)
9. The Gendered Properties of Marriage Breakdown, Deirdre McGowan (Dublin Institute of Technology)
10. Hidden in Plain Sight? Gender in the Irish Financial Crisis, Mary Donnelly (University College Cork)
11. Gender Identity, Intersex and Law in Ireland, Tanya Ní Mhuirthile (Dublin City University)
Part Three: Law in a Changing Society
12. Gender and the Irish Constitution: Article 41.2, Symbolism, and the Limitations of the Courts’ Approach to Substantive Gender Inequality, Alan Brady (Trinity College Dublin)
13. ‘Doing Gender’ and Irish Employment Law, Lucy-Ann Buckley (National University of Ireland, Galway)
14. Gender and Asylum Law, Patricia Brazil (Trinity College Dublin)
15. Redressing Gendered Mistreatment: Magdalene Laundries, Symphisiotomy and Mother and Babies Homes, James Gallen (Dublin City University)
16. Gender and Politics, Fiona Buckley (University College Cork) and Yvonne Galligan (Queens University Belfast)
17. Women in Law, Mary O’Toole (Barrister, Senior Counsel)
Index