A feminist EU cyber policy holds great potential for contributing to peace, security and justice worldwide; for achieving greater fairness in cyberspace; and for further integrating individual, national and international security. It also furthers recognition of cybersecurity for what it is: not a solely technical issue, but a policy, education and social issue. Jennifer Menninger & Veronika Datzer
The German Section of WILPF adopted the following statement regarding the Russian War of Aggression against Ukraine.
Report about the side event on gender-specific provisions of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Within the framework of the NGO CSW66 Parallel Forum, WILPF Germany in cooperation with the Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights organized an event on „(De)Militarization, Gender and Climate Justice: Connecting the Dots“.
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?
All European governments, the OSCE and the the EU must invest in dialogue and peace through support to women’s organizations and networks of peacebuilders and human rights defenders in the region.
Interview with Bram Vranke about the rapid militarisation of the EU, its drivers and consequences and steps to promote peace and justice in the EU.
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.
The European Union treats refugees on its borders as if they are bombs, says activist and co-founder of Lesvos Solidarity, Efi Latsoudi.
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.