Feminist Foreign Policy

Globale Dialoge – Women on Air
  • Feminist Foreign Policy
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A Shift in Foreign Policy Thinking

At a Panel Discussion in the Austrian Parliament, three feminist experts were invited to present their views on Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP): Ann Linde as former Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristina Lunz from the perspective of civil society and Toni Haastrup from the position of academia. 15 countries worldwide have introduced Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP) so far.

In the first part of the Global Dialogues, the concept of FFP is explored with regards to the experiences of its first implementation in Sweden in 2014. Special attention is given to the question of FFP in times of crises and reflections on examples from the international arena. Does FFP have the power to transform foreign policy and what impact could it have with regards to countries at war and oppressive authoritarian regimes?

In the second part of the program, we dive into the the relationship between the Global Majority and the Global South. Toni Haastrup held a workshop on the postcolonial perspective on FFP in which different feminist approaches were also discussed. Additionally, Toni Haastrup summarizes some of her critical positions in an interview.

The evaluation of Sweden’s implementation of FFP shows a way forward. To conclude, the three experts give an outlook on the future development of FFP.

Sprache: Englisch

Speeches:  Toni Haastrup, Chair in Global Politics University of Manchester Ann Linde, former Minister of Trade, EU and Foreign Affairs, Sweden Kristina Lunz, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Center for Feminist Foreign Policy, Berlin

Workshop on Feminist Foreign Policy from a Postcolonial Perspective with Toni Haastrup organized by VIDC and WIDE

Interview with Toni Haastrup

Links: VIDC Report on the event at the Austrian Parliament: https://www.vidc.org/en/detail/feministische-aussenpolitik Video from VIDC explaining Feminist Foreign Policy: Link Event review: Doris Bures, Second President of the Austrian Parliament and VIDC had invited https://www.parlament.gv.at/erleben/veranstaltungen/1146492

Bücher: The Routledge Handbook of EU-Africa Relations, Toni Haastrup, Luís Mah, Niall Duggan (editors) The future of foreign policy is feminist (German and English), Kristina Lunz https://www.kristinalunz.com/

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Sendungsgestaltung: Katja Teuchmann https://safaeastventure.com safatalents.com

Fotocredit: Faisal Anwar


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