Why Feminists Deserve Paternity Leave

While yes, the issue of gender-inequality is multifaceted, and paid paternity leave is not a cure-all, nor automatically closes the gender wage gap, requiring employers to provide paid parental leave to both parents is a great first step. Kingsley discusses.

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Editorial CFFP
Refugee Legislation in South Africa: A Feminist Foreign Policy Analysis - Part 2

This is the second part of a two part series that utilises a feminist foreign policy (ffp) framing to analyse refugee policy in South Africa. Part 1 has previously outlined the ffp principles, migration legislation and discourse analysis to determine the extent of gender inclusivity in refugee law. Part 2 explores ideas of national security and sovereignty which dominate discussions about the asylum regime to provide a contextual understanding of the barriers to a gender sensitive refugee policy in South Africa. Farley discusses.

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Editorial CFFP
"We are the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots”: International Activists for Banning Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

On 21 March 2019, CFFP Germany co-hosted the public event "We are the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots” in Berlin together with the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. All members were united by one goal: to establish an international treaty to preemptively ban weapon systems that can select and attack targets without meaningful human control – the so-called killer robots.

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