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date: 04 December 2020

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This article serves as an introduction to the debates about multilevel governance trends and how they relate to gender and politics, first discussing multilevel governance and the debates gender scholars and activists are having on the topic. It then considers the argument that multilevel governance is an important and gendered topic for concern, along with five specific themes that help in determining some significant questions being raised by feminist researchers. The article also attempts to broaden the disciplinary ground on which the conversations about multilevel governance rest.

Keywords: multilevel governance, feminist researchers, disciplinary ground, gender scholars, gender and politics

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