Peace and Security
A Feminist Foreign Policy prioritises feminist understandings of security over militarised conceptions of state security. It strives for more than the mere absence of violent conflict, inter-state or otherwise.
Towards a feminist plan of action for supporting victims harmed by nuclear testing
How militarised is German foreign and security policy – and how can we change this?
Why Germany should support the TPNW
Gender-based violence (GBV) and the Arms Trade Treaty
Build Back Better for Everyone – a Feminist Perspective on the Reconstruction and Recovery of Ukraine
Russia's war in Ukraine primarily affects Ukrainians who are defending their lives and freedom. While the war is ongoing and it is, unfortunately, impossible to foresee when it will be over, international discussions on recovery responses to Russia’s full-scale invasion in Ukraine have already been ongoing since 2022.Learn More Learn More
Security for Whom? The humanitarian and ecological consequences of nuclear weapons
For decades, nuclear weapons have been perpetually inflicting catastrophic harm on (marginalised) communities and the environment across the world. At times when nuclear-armed states are modernising their arsenals, and disarmament seems out of reach, it is fundamentally important to highlight the humanitarian and ecological impact of nuclear weapons use, production, and testing - to remind us of what really keeps us safe.Learn More
Including LGBTQI* Voices and Perspectives in Women, Peace, and Security
LGBTQI* individuals and communities continue to be excluded from WPS research, policy development, and programming.Learn More Learn More
Anti-Feminism and anti-democratic developments
The perpetual marginalisation of women and LGBTQI+ people is an essential part of authoritarian and democratic backsliding regimes, and serves a range of different purposes: from legitimising restrictions on freedom of expression, freedom of the press, and civil society engagement, to building national and international alliances, and rationalising war and violent conflict.Learn More
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Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden
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