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Based on a review of historical development of sex equality discourses, and practices in Turkey, and Britain, this paper identifıes patterns, and trends of change, and explores how real change towards sex equality could be achieved in both countries. Three aspects of equal opportunities discourse, and practice vvere evaluated: legal framevvork, national machinery, and organisational approaches in both countries. It is argued that Turkish, and British women, despite the geographical, historical,doi:10.1501/0002624 fatcat:xlgdal4drfbmxo4o632f3ssuou