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This chapter will present comparative analysis of English and Scottish equality policy documents referring to intersectionality, specifically the meaning given to it and how it is deployed. It argues that, even within countries, a range of contradicting definitions are evident and that, although engagement with intersectionality is greater and at a higher level in Scotland, in both countries its deployment is largely descriptive, superficial, additive and inconsistent, leaving its potential unrealised. It also highlights a discrepancy between debates in intersectionality theory, as to the centrality of race and the social location of women of colour, and intersectionality’s meanings and uses in policy documents. It identifies the equality third sector as a key actor in influencing the recognition that is given to intersectionality and discusses challenges it faces in influencing policy. Finally it offers questions and recommendations for a take-up of intersectionality more aligned to its social justice orientation.
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