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The UK is home to the very first chapter of CFFP, founded in 2016. CFFP UK’s overarching goal is to promote the inclusion of marginalized groups, particularly women, in the policy-making process so that standards of living are improved across the globe and equality made possible.

CFFP UK works on several projects to strengthen networks across the UK, build knowledge around feminist foreign policy, and advocate for specific feminist policy outcomes.

 

Upcoming events

 
 



Past Events

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The Latest

 
 

The January Fireside Chat

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

The panel is 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

 
 
 
 

Have a Peek at What CFFP UK Has Been Up To

 
 
In a workshop on 26 September, 2018, hosted by the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, Chatham House, and BASIC, attendees across the international affairs and development sector gathered to consider how we can implement gender sensitivity in research forward into practical action.  The information gathered in these workshops will be turned into a toolkit, to be produced in 2019.

In a workshop on 26 September, 2018, hosted by the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, Chatham House, and BASIC, attendees across the international affairs and development sector gathered to consider how we can implement gender sensitivity in research forward into practical action.

The information gathered in these workshops will be turned into a toolkit, to be produced in 2019.

On May 8th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP) brought together several panelists for a lively discussion on feminist foreign policy and diplomacy at the St. Cross College of the University of Oxford. With CFFP co-founder Kristina Lunz moderating, the panelists - Marissa Conway, Dr. Jennifer Cassidy and Sharinee Jagtiani - explored the evolution of feminist foreign policy, ethnocentrism in IR thought, and the fight to ‘decolonise’ foreign policy – starting with the reading lists.

On May 8th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP) brought together several panelists for a lively discussion on feminist foreign policy and diplomacy at the St. Cross College of the University of Oxford. With CFFP co-founder Kristina Lunz moderating, the panelists - Marissa Conway, Dr. Jennifer Cassidy and Sharinee Jagtiani - explored the evolution of feminist foreign policy, ethnocentrism in IR thought, and the fight to ‘decolonise’ foreign policy – starting with the reading lists.

On May 10th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP), in collaboration with University College London, organized a panel discussion on disarmament, diplomacy, and decolonization. With CFFP co-founder Kristina Lunz moderating, the panelists - Alice Musabende, Sebastian Brixey-Williams, Cristina Varriale, and Zarina Khan - tackled a range of challenges: from defining the ever evolving concept of feminist foreign policy to implementing such a policy at a practical level.

On May 10th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy (CFFP), in collaboration with University College London, organized a panel discussion on disarmament, diplomacy, and decolonization. With CFFP co-founder Kristina Lunz moderating, the panelists - Alice Musabende, Sebastian Brixey-Williams, Cristina Varriale, and Zarina Khan - tackled a range of challenges: from defining the ever evolving concept of feminist foreign policy to implementing such a policy at a practical level.

On the 14th of September, Feminist Foreign Policy hosted a panel discussion on intersectionality in UK politics. Chaired by CFFP Co-Founder and UK Director Marissa Conway. panelists Alice Musabende, Shaista Aziz, and Lucy Wake discuss.

On the 14th of September, Feminist Foreign Policy hosted a panel discussion on intersectionality in UK politics. Chaired by CFFP Co-Founder and UK Director Marissa Conway. panelists Alice Musabende, Shaista Aziz, and Lucy Wake discuss.

 
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Disrupted

 
 

CFFP UK is home to Disrupted, CFFP’s popular biannual journal. Keep an eye out for the launch of The Immigration Issue, coming in March 2019.

 
 
 
 

Grab your copy of The Feminist Foreign Policy Issue - now as a downloadable PDF!

Disrupted’s very first issue includes over 50 pages of articles from activists and academics from around the world. Each piece enquires into a different angle or application of feminist foreign policy - get your hands on this groundbreaking exploration into the future of foreign policy.

 
 
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