Posts tagged CFFP UK
St Cross Talk: The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

On May 8th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy brought together several panelists for a lively discussion on feminist foreign policy and diplomacy at St. Cross College, University of Oxford. With CFFP co-founder Kristina Lunz moderating, the panelists - Marissa Conway, 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.

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Marissa ConwayCFFP UK
Feminist Foreign Policy: Disarmament, Diplomacy & Decolonization

On May 10th 2018, the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, 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.

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Marissa ConwayCFFP UK