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Networking Dinner Series: Christina Bache

The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy and Women in Foreign Policy are hosting their first networking dinner of 2018 with Christina Bache, independent foreign policy consultant on 48-hour stopover in London from Turkey.

This dinner will be particularly suited for people who identify as women and who have children as we are planning to discuss the specific challenges of being a PhD candidate/having a career in foreign policy and being a mother. 

Tickets will go on sale 2 January.


Christina Bache is currently working on a book on the impact of the "Private Sector on Peace and Security in the Middle East North Africa". She holds a PhD from the University of Warwick. She is also co-founder of our sister organisation Women in Foreign Policy Turkey

Christina is Co-Chair of the International Crisis Group's Ambassador Council and is a member of the United Nations Business for Peace/Principles for Responsible Management Education working group. She is an Advisory Council Member for the Livelihood Innovation through Food Entrepreneurship initiative and is a member of Co-Opinion Network's study group on youth employment in MENA; Hollings Center's dialogue groups on Profits to Peace, Iraq’s Foreign Policy and Economic Challenges and U.S.-Egypt Relations; International Studies Association; European Consortium for Political Research. 

Learn more about Christina's work here.

The ticket price includes a starter and a main. In order to ensure an intimate evening, we are only offering seven tickets to this dinner, two of which are sold at concession prices, for students or workers on low wages. All tickets must be purchased ahead of the dinner.

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