In this Issue Paper, Founder and Head of Policy Analysis and Training at The Gender Security Project Kirthi Jayakumar explores how a feminist foreign policy approach can challenge the military industrial complex and be transformative in calling for the end of proliferation of nuclear weapons globally. Within this, she outlines the role Australia – as…
This AFFPC submission outlines the case for Australia to name a feminist approach to its work to advance gender equality through the International Gender Strategy.
Professor Jacqui True, Dr Amir Ahmadi and Professor Alison Ross call for all states to implement practical foreign policy options, including codify gender apartheid as a crime against humanity through resolutions of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies, as tools to to hold the Islamic Republic accountable for crimes against women.
In this AFFPC issues paper, Dr. Farkhondeh Akbari and Professor Jacqui True make the case that governments employing a feminist foreign policy approach must use the term “gender apartheid” to signal their condemnation in the strongest terms.
This Outcomes Statement contains the shared learnings, priorities and messages agreed upon at the Women Deliver Oceanic Pacific Convening event – Melbourne.
In this Issues Paper, Sarah Cook and Naila Kabeer explore the idea of a feminist economy of wellbeing and how such an economy might be measured.