Gender Equality and De-Democratization Process in Spain: Aftermath of Economic Crisis in 2008

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The transition to democracy that was passed by Spain has experienced very rapid social changes and also a profound social economy, especially in gender roles. The culmination of the challenges experienced by Spain is when the global economic crisis occurred in 2008, where both European and Spanish states experienced a process of de-democratization that had never before occurred. During the transition to democracy, the economic crisis and after the economic crisis the Spanish government took many actions in the form of laws and policies related to gender equality between women and men, and also austerity decisions that ended up leading to the feminist movement as a result of rejection and anger women in Spain. Until the de-democracy process occurred as a result of the decline of democracy experienced by Spain.

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