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Predatory States and Ungoverned Spaces: Who Assumes the Responsibility to Protect?

Along with ICAN and the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, CFFP co-hosted the fourth session of the "Coming of Age of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda" series,…

29. April 2021 @ 17:00
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Climate Justice and Gender Justice: Addressing the Climate Crisis with an Intersectional Feminist Approach

Social movements like the 350 and Fridays for Future have become strong voices holding administrations accountable for enforcing international agreements such as the Paris Climate Agreement. These agreements are under threat, gendered and…

14. April 2021 @ 17:00
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Rights, Responsibilities, and Revolutions – Understanding Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in a Transatlantic Context

In recent years attacks on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) - such as the Global Gag Rule and Poland’s abortion ban - have been growing on both sides of…

7. April 2021 @ 17:00
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Climate Justice: Theory & Groundwork (An Introduction to Intersectional Thought and the Interconnectedness of the Climate Crisis, Systemic Inequality, and Marginalised Climate Activism)

The climate crisis is more than global warming and the need to produce less carbon dioxide. It works as a multiplier of inequality, threatening and worsening the living conditions of…

23. March 2021 @ 17:00
Brought to you by LSE, the Centre for Women, Peace and Security, ICAN and CFFP; the online event "Elite Bargains and Political Expendiency: SAcrificing Women's Lives in the Name of Security" takes place online on 22.03.2021

Elite Bargains and Political Expediency: Sacrificing Women’s Lives in the Name of Security

Along with ICAN and the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, CFFP co-hosted the third session of the

22. March 2021 @ 17:00
Brought to you by tenfourteen & CFFP, the event Feminist Foreign Policy – Employing a People-Centered Approach to Transatlantic Security and Peace will take place online on 31 March 2021 at 6 pm CET. With Pam Campos Palma, Political strategist and director for Peace and Security at the Working Families Party, Kristina Lunz, Executive Director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy and Verity Coyle, Senior Advisor and Nonresident Fellow with Stimson's Conventional Defense program

Feminist Foreign Policy – Employing a People-Centered Approach to Transatlantic Security and Peace

A Feminist Foreign Policy questions the traditional understanding of state security and calls for a people-centred approach to security and peace. How can this approach be integrated into transatlantic relations?…

21. March 2021 @ 18:00 - 14. December 2022 @ 19:00
The digital Launch Event: "Power Over Rights: Understanding and Countering the Transnational Anti-Gender Movement" will take place on 17.02.2021.

Power Over Rights: Understanding and Countering the Transnational Anti-Gender Movement

To mark the launch of our “Power over Rights: Understanding and countering the transnational anti-gender movement” study, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, the German Federal Foreign Ministry and the…

17. March 2021 @ 17:00 - 14. December 2022 @ 17:00
LSE, the CEntre for Women, Pease and Security, ICAN and CFFP present 'Talking to Extremists: Gender, Power and Belonging". The Event takes place online on 23.02.2021

Talking to Extremists: Gender, Power and Belonging

Along with ICAN and the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, CFFP hosted the second event of the "Coming of Age of Women Peace and Security, In Conversation" series.…

23. February 2021 @ 17:00
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Black History Month Instagram Live with Tiaji Sio

Our very own Miriam and Sheena marked Black History Month with an Instagram Live discussion celebrating Black Feminism in Foreign Policy. In the second half, they were joined by Tiaji…

22. February 2021 @ 13:00 - 14:00
The Event "The European Arms Trade is a Feminist Issue - and What We Can Do About It" takes place online on 10.12.2020

The European Arms Trade is a Feminist Issue – and What We Can Do About It

This online discussion, organised by the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation and the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, reflects on why the international arms trade is a feminist issue, debates the tensions between the…

10. December 2020 @ 17:00
The CFFP Summer Event Series will take place on 14.07.2020 at 4.30 pm BST on Zoom. Join us for a conversation on "Feminist Foreign Policy So White" with Kristina Lunz, CFFP co-founder, Toni Haastrup, Senior Lecturer at the University of Stirling, Ambassador Bonnée Jenkins, Founder of WCAPS, Miriam Mona Müller, CFFP Strategic Policy and Research Advisor.

Event Series: (Feminist) Foreign Policy So White?!

In 2020, our Summer Event Series tackled the issue of whiteness in (Feminist) Foreign Policy. We hosted two events with the most impressive lineup of speakers, Dr. Toni Haastrup, Ambassador…

14. July 2020 @ 16:30 - 17:00
The event "Gender, Power, and Arms: The Interlinkages between International Armament, Masculinities, and Discrimination" takes place in Berlin on 24.02.2020

Gender, Power and Arms: The Interlinkages Between International Armament, Masculinities and Discrimination

Fully autonomous weapons are being developed in the context of established norms of gender and power. Norms that over decades have shaped an international security architecture, in which states’ power…

24. February 2020 @ 17:00

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