At CFFP, we believe that Feminist Foreign Policy agendas should be set by feminist civil society and activists. Indeed, as we wrote in our Feminist Foreign Policy Manifesto for Germany, while we recognise that “nation-states remain the ultimate duty-bearers in protecting and advancing human rights and equality… feminist civil society continues to be the key driver of social justice, particularly with regards to the protection and advancement of the rights of marginalised groups.”
Co-Founder & co-Exec Director Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy | Author | Keynote Speaker | Forbes 30 Under 30
Lawyer and current Secretary General of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Co-founder & executive director at Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action