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Join the transnational Policy Kitchen challenge and develop your proposals for a Feminist Foreign Policy in this workshop!

This workshop is part of the Policy Kitchen challenge on Feminist Foreign Policy by the Open Think Tank Network and is organized by the foraus regional group Geneva.

An expert input will be provided by:

Caitlin Kraft-Buchmann, Founder and CEO, Women at the Table

Gabriella Irsten, Policy & Advocacy Officer, WILPF

The workshop will be conducted in English, is free of cost and open to all, regardless of expertise or job background. The Zoom link will be sent to you with the confirmation mail upon registration.

Find out more about the challenge and 6 additional workshops here.

2020 is an extraordinary year for international commitments on gender equality and now is a pivotal moment for mapping the future development of a feminist foreign policy agenda. But how could the formulation and implementation of such a Feminist Foreign Policy look like in practice in the 2020s?

Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen, as well as a series of online workshops , the Open Think Tank Network - Agora (UK), Argo (FR), foraus (CH), Polis180 (DE) and Ponto (AT) - invites experts and the public to address this question in an accessible, engaging and interactive process. From April to May, you can submit your proposals online here or join one of the interactive ideation workshops.

For the workshops, high-level experts have been invited to give an overview on Feminist Foreign Policy and the remaining challenges. In smaller breakout rooms, you will develop concrete policy proposals together with other participants.

The project team will then cluster and evaluate these proposals as a basis for a joint publication to inform and inspire policy makers. You retain the ownership of your idea and will be credited in the publication that will be presented all over Europe.

In case of questions, please contact Policy Kitchen, info@policykitchen.com

Join the transnational Policy Kitchen challenge and develop your proposals for a Feminist Foreign Policy in this workshop!

This workshop is part of the Policy Kitchen challenge on Feminist Foreign Policy by the Open Think Tank Network and is organized by the foraus regional group St. Gallen.

An expert input will be provided by:

Anoush der Boghossian, WTO's (first) Gender Focal Point

The workshop will be conducted in English, is free of cost and open to all, regardless of expertise or job background. The workshop Zoom link will be sent to you with the confirmation mail upon registration.

Find out more about Policy Kitchen and the challenge here. You can not attend this workshop? Find the dates of the other 6 workshops here.

2020 is an extraordinary year for international commitments on gender equality and now is a pivotal moment for mapping the future development of a feminist foreign policy agenda. But how could the formulation and implementation of such a Feminist Foreign Policy look like in practice in the 2020s?

Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen, as well as a series of online workshops, the Open Think Tank Network - Agora (UK), Argo (FR), foraus (CH), Polis180 (DE) and Ponto (AT) - invites experts and the public to address this question in an accessible, engaging and interactive process. From April to May, you can submit your proposals online here or join one of the interactive ideation workshops.

For the workshops, high-level experts have been invited to give an overview on Feminist Foreign Policy and the remaining challenges. In smaller breakout rooms, you will develop concrete policy proposals together with other participants.

The project team will then cluster and evaluate these proposals as a basis for a joint publication to inform and inspire policy makers. You retain the ownership of your idea and will be credited in the publication that will be presented all over Europe.

In case of questions, please contact Policy Kitchen, info@policykitchen.com

Join the transnational Policy Kitchen challenge and develop your proposals for a Feminist Foreign Policy in this workshop!

This workshop is part of the Policy Kitchen challenge on Feminist Foreign Policy by the Open Think Tank Network and is organized by the foraus regional group Zurich.

Expert inputs will be provided by:

The workshop will be conducted in English, is free of cost and open to all, regardless of expertise or job background. The Zoom link will be sent to you with the confirmation mail upon registration.

Find out more about the challenge and 6 additional workshops here.

2020 is an extraordinary year for international commitments on gender equality and now is a pivotal moment for mapping the future development of a Feminist Foreign Policy agenda. But how could the formulation and implementation of such a Feminist Foreign Policy look like in practice in the 2020s?

Using the collaborative online platform Policy Kitchen, as well as a series of online workshops, the Open Think Tank Network - Agora (UK), Argo (FR), foraus (CH), Polis180 (DE) and Ponto (AT) - invites experts and the public to address this question in an accessible, engaging and interactive process. From April to May, you can submit your proposals online here or join one of the interactive ideation workshops.

For the workshops, high-level experts have been invited to give an overview on Feminist Foreign Policy and the remaining challenges. In smaller breakout rooms, you will develop concrete policy proposals together with other participants.

The project team will then cluster and evaluate these proposals as a basis for a joint publication to inform and inspire policy makers. You retain the ownership of your idea and will be credited in the publication that will be presented all over Europe.

In case of questions, please contact Policy Kitchen, info@policykitchen.com

Guests: Artem Rybchenko, Ukrainian Ambassador to Switzerland; Claude Wild, Swiss Ambassador to Ukraine; Olena Zerkal, Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine a.o.

Come and decide about the future of fours!