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From principle to practice: the TPNW and gender-responsive disarmament

5. Juli 2022

On Wednesday, 22 June 2022, the UN Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), together with the delegation of Ireland, UN Office of Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) and WILPF co-organised a side event to the First Meeting of States Parties (1MSP) highlighting the gender-specific provisions of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).

WILPF Germany’s statement on the new Coalition Agreement of the German Government (2021-2025)

10. Februar 2022

The new federal government of Germany has taken up its work and is celebrating itself as a progressive alliance. The cabinet has (almost) equal representation of men and women and for the first time, the federal government has a female foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, from the Green Party. But how much progress can really be expected in the areas of foreign and security policy and which questions or contradictions remain open?

WILPF call on European governments to de-escalate conflict in Ukraine

27. Januar 2022

We, the European sections and groups of WILPF, the oldest global women’s peace organisation, together with other civil society organisations of feminist peace builders and Human rights defenders in the OSCE region, are very concerned about the insufficient role of Europe and European countries in promoting a peaceful, diplomatic solution to the ongoing armed conflict in Ukraine, while fostering an increasingly militarised development.

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

21. Januar 2022

In our webinar "How militarized is the EU's foreign policy?" on November 17, 2021, Bram Vranke was our guest. Together we talked 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.

EU and the Refugee Crisis: Is it a safe haven or another war zone?

8. Dezember 2021

The European Union treats refugees on its borders as if they are bombs, says activist Efi Latsoudi a co-founder of Lesvos Solidarity. Latsoudi, the winner of Women Rebels Against War - Anita Augspurg Prize - was referring to the migration crisis in Greece at a talk organised by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and the Journalism Department of Universität Hamburg on September 11, 2021.

Practicing Feminist Foreign Policy in the Everyday: A Toolkit

22. November 2021

Feminist perspectives and voices in international politics on issues relating to foreign policy, international security and war are growing louder as a source and site of discursive political action and policy transformation. In contribution to there sites of political action and transformation, WILPF Germany launched a toolkit on feminist foreign policy.

How militarised is Germany’s Foreign Policy? A policy brief

23. September 2021

By providing an analysis of Germany’s foreign and security policy priorities, decision-making processes, and multilateral engagement from a feminist perspective, this policy brief written by the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy and WILPF Germany identifies entrenched militarisation in Germany’s foreign and security policy.