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A Feminist Take on Nuclear Weapons in Germany – CFFP x ICAN

With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the discussion around nuclear weapons has reached a new high. At the same time, more and more states are open to a Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP) - but what does that mean in terms of nuclear policy? And what is the stance on US nuclear weapons on German ground…

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Briefing: Germany on the Security Council: Recommendations for a Feminist Foreign and Security Policy

Together Centre for International Peace Operations (ZIF) and CFFP Germany have developed 10 recommendations for a feminist and human security-based foreign policy for Germany’s upcoming term on the United Nations Security Council beginning in January 2019. These recommendations are the result of a workshop with 25 experts from a wide range of NGOs, ministries, and…

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Briefing: The ‘Women, Peace, and Security’ Agenda: Implementation Matters

17 German NGOs published this policy brief ahead of the Third National Action Plans on the implementation of UN Security Council resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security.

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Briefing: Why the International Arms Trade is a Feminist Issue – and What Germany Can Do About It

By explicitly referencing the Arms Trade Treaty, the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda re-confirms its link with the arms (export) control and disarmament agenda. However, Germany’s increasing commitment to strengthen the WPS agenda is not complemented by changes in arms control and disarmament policies. This briefing explores this tension and offers recommendations for what…

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How the Next German Government Can Support the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

On January 22, 2021, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) entered into force. The legally-binding, multilateral treaty prohibits the development, production, possession, stockpiling, testing, and use of nuclear weapons under international law, thus closing an important legal gap (Immenkamp, 2021). Currently, there are 86 signatories and 55 state parties. Unsurprisingly, none of…

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Exporting Violence and Inequality Report

What is the link between gender-based violence and German arms exports? In this study, commissioned by

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How Militarised is Germany’s Foreign Policy?

Internationally, Germany enjoys a reputation of military restraint. This policy brief argues that this reputation is increasingly detached from reality. By providing an analysis of Germany’s foreign and security policy priorities, decision-making processes, and multilateral engagement from a feminist perspective, this policy brief identifies entrenched militarisation in Germany’s foreign and security policy. Ultimately, the briefing…

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Briefing: The Right to Safe and Legal Abortions in Germany: Germany Violates International Human Rights Obligations

Abortion is still illegal in Germany. It will not be criminally punished under certain circumstances, but it remains a criminal offence. While §218 of the Criminal Code prohibits abortion in Germany, international human rights organisations are clearly calling for decriminalisation. Germany’s newly elected government has the historic opportunity to end these human rights violations once…

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Briefing: A Feminist Global Health Policy

This briefing outlines the interconnection of health policy, peace, and development and provides an overview of existing inequalities in global health, the lasting effects of colonialism and imperialism, and the persisting influence of gender stereotypes on health outcomes. It aims to broaden the discussion of health within the Feminist Foreign Policy sphere beyond the focus…

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Briefing: No Climate Justice Without Gender Justice!
Climate Justice Now Protest

Briefing: No Climate Justice Without Gender Justice!

The climate crisis is not only an issue of science and technology but also of fairness and justice. Those who contribute the least to the climate crisis are often the ones most impacted by it. It is impossible to fully understand its causes and impacts without taking gender into consideration.

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