The untold story of twelve women who helped shape the early European integration process

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Publication Date 18/07/2022
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Women are largely absent from accounts of the early European integration process. Yet as the author explains, there were a number of women who played an important role in setting the trajectory of the integration project during this period. Drawing on new research, she outlines the contributions made by the first twelve women appointed as representatives in the Common Assembly and the European Parliament in the 1950s and 1960s.

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