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date: 05 March 2021

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This article provides a closer look at the interdependencies and relations present between the local and global. It uses social-movement literature and the concept of the rooted cosmopolitan to describe historically how the local and personal experiences of women have led to global campaigns and served as sources of conflict. This is followed by a discussion of modern debates and the ways global ideas and norms related to gender inform local debates and are organized to fit certain circumstances.

Keywords: social-movement literature, rooted cosmopolitan, experiences of women, global campaigns, source of conflict, global ideas, local debates

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