Exploring A Feminist Approach to Migration in a Brexit World
Apr
10
5:30 PM17:30

Exploring A Feminist Approach to Migration in a Brexit World

Please join the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy and the Friends of Europe for the local launch of the 2018 Debating Security Plus (DS+) report in London. The event will explore the report's recommendation on migration pathways, and why a feminist approach to migration and foreign policy is critical to ensure that both the UK and EU work together toward developing post-Brexit immigration policies which prioritize human rights.

The UK Government published its White Paper on immigration in December 2018 to outline post-Brexit immigration policy in “the biggest shake-up of immigration policy for 40 years.” As much of the Leave Campaign’s platform drew on racist, anti-immigration rhetoric, Brexit policies are so too anchored in a desire to control and exclude the ‘Other’, rooted in a fear that open borders are harmful to the UK’s national security. In a Brexit world lead by a Prime Minister who has notoriously championed harsh migration and asylum policies, the UK’s relationship with the EU, both of which are still managing the ongoing refugee crisis, will shift in many ways. And critically, UK migration policy risks backsliding in a manner that will perpetuate the violent structures which cause displacement and mass migration in the first place.

In alignment with Debating Security Plus's recommendation to expand regular migration corridors, CFFP and Friends of Europe are coming together to discuss how migration is a phenomenon of human mobility that is inevitable and unstoppable, and we need thoughtful, people-centred policies which are not rooted in repression of migration. Greater attention should be focused on the causes of migration and displacement, looking at conflict prevention and resolution as well as the impact of climate change. Indefinite detention in the UK must end, and new ways of working with the EU to support asylum seekers and refugees prioritized.

Doors open at 5:35, and drinks and appetizers will follow the discussion.

*Please note there will be photography and videography during the event. By registering for a ticket, you agree that you may appear in photos and videos which will be shared on CFFP's social media and website.



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We are the campaign to stop killer robots
Mar
21
5:30 PM17:30

We are the campaign to stop killer robots

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is the international coalition of more than 90 non-governmental organizations in 53 countries of which CFFP is part.

We work to preemptively ban weapon systems that would select and attack targets without meaningful human control. 
For our inaugural event on 21 February, speakers include Nobel Peace Prize and Laureate Ms. Jody Williams, Nobel Women's Initiative, renowned roboticist Professor Noel Sharkey, ICRAC, other campaigners and special guests.

You can register for the event here.

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Feminism and women's rights under attack! International Perspectives and Counter-Strategies
Mar
18
6:00 PM18:00

Feminism and women's rights under attack! International Perspectives and Counter-Strategies

On 18 March 2019, our CFFP Germany Director Kristina Lunz will moderate a discussion organized by the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation on "Feminism and women's rights under attack! International Perspectives and Counter-Strategies" with a range of exciting panelists: Sahar Aloul from SADAQA, Organisation for the Promotion of Women's Labour Rights (Jordan); Scheaffer Okore, activist and deputy head of the Ukweli Party in Kenia, Anita Gurumurthy, co-founder and director of IT for Change India, Yasmina Banaszczuk, journalist and author based in Germany; and Ailynn Torres Santana from FLASCO Ecuador and Cuba. 

The event will be held in English, with simultaneous German translations. 

You can sign up for it until 11 March here https://www.fes.de/veranstaltungen/?Veranummer=228272 or send an e-mail to FES.Afrika@fes.de. We are looking forward to seeing as many of you there as possible! 

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SOAS, University of London's Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy Annual Lecture on Women in Diplomacy
Mar
11
5:30 PM17:30

SOAS, University of London's Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy Annual Lecture on Women in Diplomacy

Professor Ann Towns gives the CISD Annual Lecture, in recognition of winning the 2018 Bertha Lutz Prize for research on women in diplomacy. The prize is a collaboration between the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy (CISD) at SOAS, and the Diplomatic Studies Section (DPLST) of the International Studies Association (ISA).

When public office opened up for women among the states of the early 20th century, there were generally two exceptions: women were not allowed to join the military or diplomacy. Not until the past two decades have a growing number of women entered diplomacy. What does the encounter between women and diplomacy – which was male-dominated for over a century – look like? In what ways are diplomatic practices gendered? How do women diplomats experience and navigate the gendered terrain of diplomacy? What theoretical insights might a study of gender and diplomacy bring to diplomatic studies and its recent turn to practices? Professor Ann Towns, PI of the Gender and Diplomacy (GenDip) Program in political science at the University of Gothenburg will address these questions in a talk on her new book project.

The event will be chaired by Dr Dan Plesch (CISD, SOAS), with a response from Marissa Conway (Co-Founder and UK Director, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy).

The event is open to the public, register for your free ticket here.

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International Women's Day - A reason to celebrate?
Mar
7
9:30 AM09:30

International Women's Day - A reason to celebrate?

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Berlin is hosting a one-day event on Thursday, 7 March. The event “International Women’s Day - A reason to celebrate?” discusses not only equal opportunities in politics, administration, economy and society but also feminist foreign policy.

CFFP is hosting the panel “The Opportunity of the German Security Council Seat: What is missing for a feminist peace- and security policy of Germany?”, which will be moderated by CFFP’s Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz.

The event is currently invite-only. We’ll keep you posted!

You can find out more about what was discussed during the event here.

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Feminist, global, just - The European Union as a trailblazer for women's rights?
Mar
1
6:00 PM18:00

Feminist, global, just - The European Union as a trailblazer for women's rights?

CFFP’s Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz will be giving an input during the Bavarian Green Party’s Women’s reception in Nürnberg.

On the occasion of the upcoming European Parliament election, the event discusses the role of the European Union as a trailblazer for women’s right and whether the current understanding of European politics can be seen as feminist.

To sign up, please send an email to natalie.keller@gruene-fraktion-bayern.de

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Die Berufung - Hamburg premiere
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Die Berufung - Hamburg premiere

On 28 February, CFFP’s Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz will be moderating a panel on women’s rights on the occasion of the Hamburg premiere of “Die Berufung” (On the basis of sex).

Join us for a discussion with Dr. Ines Kappert, Director of the Gunda-Werner-Institute; Prof. Dr. Doris König, judge at the Federal Constitutional Court and Prof. Dr. Katharina Boele-Woelki, President of the Bucerius Law School.

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February Fireside Chat in Berlin
Feb
21
5:30 PM17:30

February Fireside Chat in Berlin

Together with the British Embassy Berlin and frauen@diplo e.V. we are proud to announce our next Fireside Chat, which will happen at 21 February in Berlin. This time, we are honoured to be joined by Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, Co-founder and Executive Director of the International Civil Society Action Network. Together with her, we will discuss: "19 years later: Where does the Women, Peace and Security Agenda stand"? 

And you can be part of it!

We are giving away a few free tickets. If you would like to participate, please send an email to cffpgermany@centreforffp.org by Monday, 18 February 6 pm (CET). The winners will be contacted by our CFFP Germany team.

The Fireside Chat Series brings together women working in the areas of foreign and security policy to discuss foreign policy from a feminist perspective.  The event will be in English. 

Read about the February Fireside Chat on ICAN’s website here.

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Ending sexual violence in conflict: Connecting the realities of survivors and the international  community's efforts to ensure accountability
Feb
6
5:00 PM17:00

Ending sexual violence in conflict: Connecting the realities of survivors and the international community's efforts to ensure accountability

In cooperation with the British Embassy Berlin and Auswärtiges Amt, CFFP will host an event to discuss how Germany and the UK can use their influence in the UN Security Council to strengthen the international community's efforts to prevent sexualised violence in conflict and to implement international agendas for accountability.

Join us for a discussion with our distinguished panelists Tania von Uslar, Director for Human Rights at the German Federal Foreign Office; Rachel King from the British Embassy in Berlin; Dr. Monika Hauser from medica mondiale e. V.; Düzen Tekkal from Háwar, and Nela Porobić Isaković from the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom in Bosnia.

To sign up for the event, visit: https://bit.ly/2RiTDXh

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The January Fireside Chat
Jan
23
4:30 PM16:30

The January Fireside Chat

Though political representation is slowly becoming more diverse, foreign policy is still heavily dominated by white men. For example, only 32% of MPs in the House of Commons are women - though low, this is still a significant number as this also marks a historical high. There is still far to go to ensure that women are not just present at the table but taken seriously and that a wide range of lived experiences are utilised to inform policy decisions.

Please join The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Women (FCO Women)and The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP) for an evening fireside chat as we dive into this topic and discuss how to elevate women's voices in the foreign policy sphere.

The panel will be chaired by Kara Owen, Director Americas at the FCO and featured speakers include:

Sarah Fountain Smith, Deputy High Commissioner for Canada to the UK

Nomatemba Tambo, High Commissioner for South Africa to the UK

Marissa Conway, Co-Founder and UK Director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

*Please ID and expect airport-style security upon arrival to the event; we recommend arriving at 4pm to allow time for security. All guests must be registered through Eventbrite to be granted access to the event.

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International Politics: feminist, global, just?
Jan
21
1:00 PM13:00

International Politics: feminist, global, just?

  • Bündnis 90/ DIE GRÜNEN Bundestagsfraktion (map)
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The German Green Party parliamentary group is hosting an event on feminist perspectives on foreign and security policy.

CFFP’s advisory board member Jennifer Cassidy as well as CFFP Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz will be speaking at the event, discussing the prevalent understanding of foreign policy and diplomacy, the possibilities of a feminist foreign policy and what it could look like concretely.

To register for the event, please check: https://www.gruene-bundestag.de/no_cache/termin/feministisch-global-gerecht-die-internationale-politik-deutschlands-auf-dem-pruefstand.html

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The Inaugural Fireside Chat
Dec
11
6:00 PM18:00

The Inaugural Fireside Chat

CFFP and the British Embassy Berlin cooperate for “The Fireside Chat Series” bringing together women from the areas of foreign and security policy, diplomacy, and politics for exchange and to rethink foreign policy from a feminist perspective.

On 11 December 2018, the Inaugural Fireside Chat takes place featuring Dr. Louise Arimatsu, Policy Fellow at the London School of Economic and Political Science who will speak about feminist foreign policy, feminist international law as well as women and weapons.

Please note that the event is invitation only.

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#metoo - 5 continents, one movement
Dec
6
5:00 PM17:00

#metoo - 5 continents, one movement

Together with CFFP, the Embassies of Australia, Canada, France, Japan and Mali organize the conference “#metoo – 5 continents, one movement”, discussing the impact of the hashtag around the globe and what a post #metoo world should look like.
The event is invitation only, but for any questions, please email metoo2018@cas-berlin.fr.

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Gender and International Affairs: A Breakfast Workshop
Dec
5
8:30 PM20:30

Gender and International Affairs: A Breakfast Workshop

The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, in cooperation with the British American Security Information Council (BASIC) and Chatham House, are hosting a breakfast meeting on gender in international affairs. This breakfast is a third of a series of quarterly meetings that will bring together experts and practitioners from the international affairs community to discuss how to better utilise the gender framework in the field of international relations. The event is part of an effort to collaboratively improve gender awareness and equality within organisational cultures and to develop better understandings of how a gendered lens can inform research practices and strengthen analytical work.  

Please note this event is invitation only.

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#TunWirWas - Book presentation and discussion
Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

#TunWirWas - Book presentation and discussion

  • Projektzentrum Berlin der Stiftung Mercator (map)
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On 5 December, CFFP Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz participates in a discussion on politics, youth and feminism on the occasion of the book presentation of #TunWirWas (Let’s Do Something) by Herr & Speer.

To register for the event, please checkhttps://www.facebook.com/events/353305178575303/

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Progress in Regressive Times - #2 Make way for feminist policy! Feminist foreign policy in Europe - what it means and where we stand
Dec
4
7:00 PM19:00

Progress in Regressive Times - #2 Make way for feminist policy! Feminist foreign policy in Europe - what it means and where we stand

The European Democracy Lab and CFFP cooperate for the event “Make way for feminist policy! Feminist foreign policy in Europe - what it means and where we stand” as part of the series “Progress in Regressive Times” on 4 December. On this occasion, CFFP Co-Founder and Germany director Kristina Lunz will be giving a talk looking at the progress that has been made since Sweden launched its feminist foreign policy in 2014.

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Strong Women in International Politics - Insights from political practice
Nov
28
2:00 PM14:00

Strong Women in International Politics - Insights from political practice

  • Leibniz Universität Hannover - Institut für Politikwissenschaft - Room 405 (map)
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On 28 November, CFFP Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz will participate in a discussion at the Institute for Political Science at Leibniz Universität Hannover. The discussion will be held in English and revolve around why a feminist foreign policy is needed in international security today.

To register for the event, please send a short email to abib@ipw.uni-hannover.de

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Disrupt - Being a female entrepreneur
Nov
21
9:45 AM09:45

Disrupt - Being a female entrepreneur

On 21 November, CFFP Germany Director & Co-Founder Kristina Lunz will be speaking on female entrepreneurship, her projects on feminism and her personal story with Phandeeyar.

Kristina will share her story on studying in Oxford coming from a working class family and talk about her motivation to start the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy and how she manages the different projects she is involved in.

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We need to talk about Violence - Feminist Approaches to the Private and Political Spheres
Nov
19
6:00 PM18:00

We need to talk about Violence - Feminist Approaches to the Private and Political Spheres

The event „We need to talk about violence – Feminist Approaches to the Private and Political Spheres“ of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation Myanmar discusses different perspectives on gender violence, engaging in a conversation on feminist perspectives towards the problems of sexualized violence, victim-blaming and the normalization of abusive behavior with Nandar, a local expert on gender issues in Myanmar, and CFFP’s co-founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz.

On this occasion, Kristina will talk about how the concept of feminist foreign policy offers an intersectional approach from a viewpoint of political minorities including women and the most marginalized at the event.

The event is free of charge, but prior registration is mandatory.

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Is the Future Democratic? Democracy, Security, Technology
Nov
15
10:00 AM10:00

Is the Future Democratic? Democracy, Security, Technology

  • Representation of the State of Bavaria in Berlin  (map)
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The German chapter of Women in International Security, WIIS.de, is celebrating its 15th anniversary with this conference!

The conference features top-level foreign and security thinkers.
It includes a debate on the future of security alliances with Agnieszka Brugger, Member of the German Parliament for Alliance 90/ The Green Party, and General Lieutenant Hans-Werner Wiermann, German Military Representative to the NATO Military Committee and to the European Union. The event will be concluded by Katarina Barley, Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection.
CFFP’s Co-Founder and Germany Director Kristina Lunz and Nina Bernarding, Deputy Germany Director, will also give a short input.

Do not hesitate to contact konferenz@wiis.de for questions or further information.

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Get out the Vote! Strategies for a Sustainable Political Mobilization of Women
Nov
13
12:00 PM12:00

Get out the Vote! Strategies for a Sustainable Political Mobilization of Women

CFFP’s Kristina Lunz will be moderating the panel “Get out the Vote! Strategies for a Sustainable Political Mobilization of Women” at the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation. The event discusses the large support of progressive women in the United States midterm elections, focusing on the preconditions contributing to getting women elected into political office as well as the mechanisms that exclude women from political participation and representation.

Please note this event is invitation only.

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My Nuclear Button is Bigger Than Yours: Eine Feministische Kritik der Atombombe
Oct
19
7:00 PM19:00

My Nuclear Button is Bigger Than Yours: Eine Feministische Kritik der Atombombe

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CFFP’s Kristina Lunz diskutiert unter anderem gemeinsam mit der kanadischen Verteidigungs- und Abrüstungsexpertin Ray Acheson zur Auswirkung tradierter Geschlechterrollen auf Frieden und Sicherheit im Rahmen der Podiumsdiskussion „My nuclear button is bigger than yours – Eine feministische Kritik der Atombombe“ der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung – Bundesstiftung Berlin, Schumannstraße 8, 10117 Berlin, Deutschland

http://calendar.boell.de/de/event/my-nuclear-button-bigger-yours

CFFP's Kristina Lunz discusses, amongst others, with the Canadian defence and disarmament expert Ray Acheson the impact of traditional gender roles on peace and security during the panel discussion “My nuclear button is bigger than yours – a feminist critique of the nuclear bomb” of the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation.

Heinrich-Böll-Foundation – Bundesstiftung Berlin, Schumannstraße 8, 10117 Berlin, Germany

http://calendar.boell.de/de/event/my-nuclear-button-bigger-yours

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#MeToo und Die Folgen: Wie Feministisch ist die Politik der EU?
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

#MeToo und Die Folgen: Wie Feministisch ist die Politik der EU?

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Gemeinsam mit der Schwarzkopf-Stiftung veranstaltet CFFP einen Vortrag mit anschließender Diskussion mit Terry Reintke, Mitglied des Europäischen Parlaments, zu „#MeToo und die Folgen: Wie feministisch ist die Politik der EU?“. Dabei soll es unter anderem um die Frage gehen welche Folgen die #MeToo Debatte für die Arbeit im europäischen Parlament hat und wie realistisch die Umsetzung einer feministischen Außenpolitik auf europäischer Ebene ist.

Schwarzkopf Stiftung, Sophienstraße 28/29, 10178 Berlin, Deutschland

https://schwarzkopf-stiftung.de/events/metoo-und-die-folgen-wie-feministisch-ist-die-politik-der-eu-mit-terry-reintke/

CFFP and the Schwarzkopf Foundation co-organize a discussion
with Terry Reintke, Member of the European Parliament, on “#MeToo and its
consequences: How feminist is EU policy?”. During the event, the consequences
of the #MeToo movement for the work of the European Parliament and the probability
of the implementation of a feminist foreign policy at the European level will
be discussed.

Schwarzkopf Foundation, Sophienstraße 28/29, 10178 Berlin, Germany

https://schwarzkopf-stiftung.de/events/metoo-und-die-folgen-wie-feministisch-ist-die-politik-der-eu-mit-terry-reintke/

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Folge Deinem Traum – Gründe Dein Business Mit Sinn und Wenig Budget – Entrepreneurship Summit 2018
Oct
6
10:40 AM10:40

Folge Deinem Traum – Gründe Dein Business Mit Sinn und Wenig Budget – Entrepreneurship Summit 2018

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Im Rahmen des zweitägigen Entrepreneurship Summit 2018 ist CFFP’s Kristina Lunz Teil der Impulsgruppe „Folge deinem Traum – Gründe dein Business mit Sinn und wenig Budget“. Hierbei geht es darum wie man den Schritt zum eigenen Startup oder in die Selbstständigkeit trotz unterschiedlicher Hürden wagen kann.

Samstag, 6. Oktober 2018

Freie Universität Berlin, Henry-Ford-Bau, Hörsaal C, Garystraße 35, 14195 Berlin, Deutschland

https://entrepreneurship.de/summit/?talque=speaker-list&speaker-id=ECvjbfhQgFwzF0cxeuif

During the two-day Entrepreneurship Summit 2018, CFFP's Kristina Lunz is part of the session “Follow your dream – found your own meaningful business with little budget”. During the session, it will be discussed how you can found your own start-up or take the step into self-employment in spite of different obstacles.

Freie Universität Berlin, Henry-Ford-Bau, Auditorium C, Garystraße 35, 14195 Berlin, Germany

https://entrepreneurship.de/summit/?talque=speaker-list&speaker-id=ECvjbfhQgFwzF0cxeuif

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UN Women HeForShe Symposium
Sep
24
9:30 AM09:30

UN Women HeForShe Symposium

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Im Rahmen des UN Women HeForShe Symposiums, leitet CFFP’s Kristina Lunz einen Workshop zu feministischer Außenpolitik. Dabei widmet sie sich der Frage was Feminismus mit Außenpolitik zu tun hat und warum Aktivismus und Diplomatie gar nicht solch konträre Begriffe sind, wie häufig angenommen.

dbb Forum Berlin, Friedrichstraße 169, 10117 Berlin, Deutschland

https://www.unwomen.de/index.php?id=800

On the occasion of the UN Women HeForShe Symposium, CFFP’s Kristina Lunz gives a workshop on feminist foreign policy. The workshop addresses the question what feminism has to do with foreign policy and why activism and diplomacy are not as contrary as often perceived.

dbb Forum Berlin, Friedrichstraße 169, 10117 Berlin, Deutschland

https://www.unwomen.de/index.php?id=800

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The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy: The Germany Launch.
Sep
20
5:30 PM17:30

The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy: The Germany Launch.

CFFP Germany Launch 20 Sept

For a recap of the event click here

Join us for the Germany Launch of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy!

On September 20th, in the heart of Berlin and together with national and international diplomats, German MPs, activists, and renowned scholars, for the first time the German chapter of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP) will present itself to the Berlin audience and we will dive into deep conversations on "Feminist Foreign Policy - Between Disarmament, Diplomacy, and Decolonisation".

This will also be *the* chance to get your hands on the newest issue of our print journal "Disrupted" and to join CFFP as a member. The official part will be followed by a light buffet, drinks, and music by Hoe__mies.

We are hosting this event together with our co-host the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, our media partner tbd, and our partners and sponsors: Center for Intersectional JusticeCoWomenSchwedische BotschaftBotschaft der Schweiz in DeutschlandFolkdaysHeinrich-Böll-StiftungMicrosoftProjectTogetherWeiberWirtschaft eG and Women in international Security Deutschland - WIIS.de.

This talk is free to attend, and all are welcome.

But as demand is higher than seats available, registration is mandatory, and the ticket will have to be shown upon entrace.


Programme:

5.30pm: Registration

6.00pm: Welcome - Marissa Conway and Kristina Lunz, co-founders of CFFP

6.10pm: Why do we need a feminist foreign policy? Insights from Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, and Canada
A conversation with Johan Frisell, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Sweden; Mark McLaughlin, Head of Public Affairs, Embassy of Canada; Dr. Antti Kaski, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Finland; and Esther Neuhaus, Deputy Head Political Affairs and Media, Embassy of Switzerland

6.40pm: Germany is ready for a Feminist Foreign Policy: Comments by Gyde Jensen (FDP), Head of the Committee for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid in the German Parliament

6.50pm: Keynote - Catalina Ruiz-Navarro, Editor, Activist, and Journalist

7.10pm: A conversation on Disarmament, Diplomacy and Decolonisation
Kübra Gümüsay, Forbes 30 under 30, writer, and activist; Prof. Dr. Rosert, Junior Professor for International Relations, Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg; Prof. Lana Siri, Assistant Professor in Gender and Religion, Department of Literature and Art, Maastricht University; and tbc

8.00pm: Drinks, bites, and beats by Hoe_mies.

*** By attending the event you enter an area where photography, audio, and video recording will occur. By attending the event, you consent to photography, audio recording, video recording and its/their release, publication, or reproduction to be used for the CFFP website and CFFP promotional purposes.*** 

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Chance Sicherheitsratssitz: Was fehlt zu einer feministischen Friedens- und Sicherheitspolitik Deutschlands?
Aug
30
10:00 AM10:00

Chance Sicherheitsratssitz: Was fehlt zu einer feministischen Friedens- und Sicherheitspolitik Deutschlands?

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Expert*innen Workshop von CFFP und ZIF

CFFP und das Zentrum für Internationale Friedenseinsätze (ZIF) veranstalten einen Expert*innen Workshop mit dem Titel „Chance Sicherheitsratssitz – Was fehlt zu einer feministischen Friedens- und Sicherheitspolitik Deutschlands?“. Der Workshop bringt Expert*innen aus Politik, Zivilgesellschaft und Forschung zusammen, um Perspektiven für die Implementierung der Frauen, Frieden und Sicherheitsagenda sowie weitere feministische Politik während Deutschlands nicht-ständigem Sitz im Sicherheitsrat aufzuzeigen.

Expert Workshop by CFFP and ZIF

CFFP and the Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF) co-organize the expert workshop “Germany on the UN Security Council: What is missing for a feminist foreign and security policy of Germany?”. The workshop brings together experts from politics, civil society and science elaborate perspectives for the implementation of the women, peace and security agenda and feminist policies beyond during Germany’s term on the UN SC.

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Launch Party for Disrupted Issue No. 2: Post-Colonialism
Jul
5
6:30 PM18:30

Launch Party for Disrupted Issue No. 2: Post-Colonialism

Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy Disrupted Launch Party


We are thrilled to invite you to the launch of Disrupted's second issue!

Join us for an evening of celebration and the exclusive opportunity to get your hands on this issue before it goes on sale to the public on the 6th of July!

Our second printed journal includes articles on:

‘Taking an Ethical Stand’: Moral Principles and Colonial Logics in Feminist Foreign Policy
Lesbian thinking and global structures: the voices of the South shaking the system
Body Politics in Development
The Future of Feminist Foreign Policy: Towards a More Inclusive Understanding of Women's' (and Men’s') Security

We'll be hosting performance artists, mini fun fair games, including a special raffle, and a CFFP bake sale! You'll have the chance to grab exclusive CFFP merch and check out the art from the latest Disrupted issue.

We're so excited to be able to celebrate CFFP's continued success with all of you, make sure to book quickly so you don't miss out!

Tickets on sale now - grab early bird tickets for a discounted price until 22 June!

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