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GIL RUIZ, Juana María. International Law of Human Rights and its Application to the Principle of Gender Mainstreaming: The Spanish Case. Rev. IUS [online]. 2011, vol.5, n.28, pp.243-277. ISSN 1870-2147.

This paper originates from the required and necessary incorporation of the gender perspective, as stated in international and European commitments. This paper aims to study within the framework of the new legislative techniques, the implementation of the so-called principle of gender mainstreaming by the Administration of the Spanish State. It analyses the required Gender Impact Assessment Reports which must accompany any regulatory measures set out by the Spanish Government according to Law 30/2003, set on October 13th, as well as plans of special economic, social, cultural and artistic importance, according to L.O. 3/2007, set on March 22nd.

Keywords : Gender Mainstreaming; legislative techniques; gender impact assessment report; public policy; regulatory implementation.

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