This reply responds to contributions by DeLaet, Baldez and Bunting to the issue's sub-theme on ‘The Role of International and Domestic Law in Attaining Gender and Sexual Equality’. While each paper allocates different degrees of importance to the role of international actors in international normative change, all agree that domestic attempts are more important to sustainable change than international attempts. This reply attempts to determine the reasons for divergence on the attribution of importance to international actors, while examining means by which these international actors can better service domestic actors rather than merely replicating neo-colonialist policies.
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