A feminist analysis of the national recovery and resilience plans Brussels, 2023
A feminist analysis of the national recovery and resilience plans / Laeticia Thissen. - Brussels : Foundation for European Progressive Studies ; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung EU Office ; Institut Emile Vandervelde, December 2022. - 47 Seiten = 4 MB, PDF-File. - (Recovery watch : Policy study) Electronic ed.: Brussels : FES, 2023 ISBN 978-2-930769-95-0
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