We are delighted and proud to launch the web dossier on feminist foreign policy, which has been produced together with our partner, the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung. The dossier showcases how feminist activists challenge the status quo of foreign policy - from Colombian women, who with the support of Norway and Sweden, lobbied their way into the peace process to Canadian civil society organisations developing feminists visions for the G7. The dossier furthers discusses how the EU foreign policy towards Myanmar needs to change in order to support local actors overcoming social exlcusion and discrimination. Michelle Müntefering, Minister of State in the German Federal Foreign Office, outlines how Germany will push for more social justice and gender equality in the UN Security Council - and German civil society highlights where Germany can do even more. Our own Kristina Lunz and Nina Bernarding discuss why the idea of a secure and just world will remain an utopia without a feminist foreign policy.
Above all, this dossier demonstrates that a feminist foreign policy is possible! Stay tuned as we add more pieces to the web dossier over the coming months.
CFFP is proud to present this web dossier in partnership with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.