Due to the current circumstances because of Covid-19, we expect most physical Policy Kitchen workshop not to take place as previously planned. The project team is currently digitally adapting to these challenges and will share updates soon on this page. Dates and locations are subject to change. We thank you for your understanding and are looking forward to your participation in the Feminist Foreign Policy Challenge (last updated 23 March 2020).
What should a feminist foreign policy look like in the 2020s?
Now is a pivotal moment for mapping the future development of a feminist foreign policy agenda. 2020 is an extraordinary year for international commitments on gender equality: it marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action, the 20th anniversary of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and the 5th anniversary of Sustainable Development Goal Nr. 5 (Gender Equality).
As the global system reels in
Women and traditionally marginalized groups - such as LGBTQI people - have been historically
While UN Security Council Resolution 1325 was an acclaimed milestone for considering gender in global security politics, FFP
But how could the formulation and implementation of such a feminist foreign policy look like in practice in the 2020s?
Submit your proposals online or at any of the workshops below!
Curious to take a deep dive in Feminist Foreign Policy?
Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen,
We will collect your policy proposals until April 30, 2020. The project team will then cluster and
We generate impact for your ideas by organizing events with policy makers and other stakeholders in different countries,
In addition, you can develop your idea into a separate blog or policy paper to
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Registration for the other events will open soon and will be announced here.
- Katie Humphries (Paris)
- Ninian Paeffgen (Zurich)
- Victoria Popova (Zurich)
- Cécile Schluep (Zurich)
- Jana Muthurasa (Zurich)
- Anika Long (Fribourg)
- Anja Portmann (Geneva)
- Julia Gubler (Geneva)
- Lara Twerenbold (Geneva)
- Zoe Feng (Sankt Gallen)
- Timon Lüthi (Sankt Gallen)
- Sébastien Chahidi (Lausanne)
- Capucine Kerboas (Lausanne)
- Marine Marty (The Hague)
Lisa Müller-Dormann (Berlin)