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ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACK? INTERPRETING 'PARTICULAR SOCIAL GROUP' IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
International and Comparative Law Quarterly
The article tests the claim of feminist scholars that concerns about gender have been marginalised in refugee law, by exploring the interpretation given to the concept of a 'Particular Social Group' set out in the 1951 Refugee Convention. It is argued that recent practice at the supranational level in the European Union has contributed to the deterioration of refugee protection standards for women seeking asylum from gender-based violence. However, the article demonstrates that a humandoi:10.1017/s0020589322000021 fatcat:cobzsseyazb5ndnkra3w43dqwq