ESCHLE

AcronymDefinition
ESCHLEElectrical Safety Code for Hospital Laboratory Equipment (UK Department of Health)
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16) On the growth of transnational advocacy networks and movements, see VALENTINE MOGHADAM, GLOBALIZING WOMEN: TRANSNATIONAL FEMINIST NETWORKS (2005); CATHERINE ESCHLE, GLOBAL DEMOCRACY MOVEMENTS, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND FEMINISM (2001); MAXINE MOLYNEUX, WOMEN'S MOVEMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE (2001); and GLOBAL FEMINISM: TRANSNATIONAL WOMEN'S ACTIVISM, ORGANIZING AND HUMAN RIGHTS (Myra Max Feree & Aili Marie Tripp eds.