Women are created equal, but some women are more equal than others. Attention to gender and ways in which social inequalities are gendered have been emancipatory, in society and in research. The same is true for race, disability, and other markers of social inequality. But it is increasingly being acknowledged that we need to understand and acknowledge the ways in which these interact to create disadvantage within disadvantage. But how do we do this in practice in our research.

Roundtable moderated by Siri Gloppen

with  Satang Nabaneh (University of Pretoria);  Jayna Kothari (Centre for Law & Policy Research); Carmeliza Rosario (UiB): Liv Tønnessen (CMI); Meghan McCloskey (University of Washington)