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How militarised is the EU’s foreign policy? – Interview with Bram Vranken

21. Januar 2022

How militarised is the EU’s foreign policy? - Interview with Bram VrankenIn our webinar „How militarized is the EU’s foreign policy?“ on November 17, 2021, Bram Vranke was our guest. Together we talk about the rapid militarisation of the EU, its drivers and consequences and discussed together steps to promote peace and justice in the EU. For those who could not be there, here is a short interview with Bram Vranken. Artikel ansehen

Podiumsdiskussion – Perspektiven & Grenzen von Autonomen Waffensystemen

16. Januar 2022

Podiumsdiskussion - Perspektiven & Grenzen von Autonomen WaffensystemenZusammen mit weiteren Expert*innen diskutierte IFFF/WILPF-Geschäftsführerin Jennifer Menninger am 19.01.2022 über die Grenzen und Auswirkungen von autonomen Waffensystemen. Die Videoaufzeichnung kann auf dem YouTube Kanal der Hochschulgruppe angeschaut werden. Artikel ansehen

WILPF Statement Against the Inclusion of the Nuclear Power in the EU Taxonomy 

10. Januar 2022

We signed the statement of WILPF Italy supported by Disarmisti Esigenti and the European Associations of the ICAN Campaign that urges Members of the European Commission and the European Parliament to refrain from including nuclear energy as well as gas and CCS in the transition to decarbonization. Artikel ansehen

Online Conference: Peace, Disarmament and Climate Justice. Connecting the dots – 27/28 November 2021

27. September 2021

Online Conference: Peace, Disarmament and Climate Justice. Connecting the dots - 27/28 November 2021Participants will have the opportunity to choose between different workshops and connect with peace and/or climate justice activists around the world using an innovative and interactive online platform. Artikel ansehen

Social Media Kampagne zur Bundestagswahl2 2021: #votepeace

22. September 2021

Social Media Kampagne zur Bundestagswahl2 2021: #votepeaceUm auf die diesjährige Bundestagswahl aufmerksam zu machen und besonders junge Wähler*innen an die Wahlurnen zu bringen, haben wir, in Kooperation mit dem Frauennetzwerke für Frieden und Freiheit e.V., eine social media Kampagne entworfen. Artikel ansehen

Webinar: How militarised is the EU’s foreign policy? – 17 November 2021

9. September 2021

Webinar: How militarised is the EU's foreign policy? - 17 November 2021Together with academics, policy makers and civil society, we want to talk about this rapidly progressing militarisation of the EU, its drivers and consequences and jointly discuss steps of how the EU can contribute to fostering peace and justice. Artikel ansehen

We Give Militarism a Voice

8. September 2021

To understand the lasting power of the heavily militarized world system, it is crucial to untangle how we – as individuals, as countries, as a global political economy – tend to privilege militaries and why. This privileging is because we have constructed a world system in which the state is the default actor, and the primary goal of the state ... Artikel ansehen

Breaking through the addiction to weapons – feminist critiques of militarization.

17. Juni 2021

The disarmament program Reaching Critical Will hosted a roundtable discussion on May 26, 2021, in which feminist voices from New Zealand/Aotearoa, Australia, Italy, Japan, and Germany spoke and critiqued what militarization means in their respective contexts. Artikel ansehen

Jenseits der Faszination von Waffen – feministische Kritiken von Militarisierung

17. Juni 2021

Das Abrüstungsprogramm Reaching Critical Will veranstaltete am 26. Mai 2021 eine Gesprächsrunde, in der feministische Stimmen aus Neuseeland/Aotearoa, Australien, Italien, Japan und Deutschland zu Wort kamen und sich kritisch über die Bedeutung von Militarisierung in ihren jeweiligen Kontexten austauschten. Artikel ansehen

German (Dis)Armament Policy: An Intersectional Feminist Analysis by WILPF

4. Juni 2021

German (Dis)Armament Policy: An Intersectional Feminist Analysis by WILPFIn this publication, edited by Jennifer Menninger and Victoria Scheyer, ten members from the German section of WILPF look at German arms and security policy from an intersectional feminist perspective. Artikel ansehen