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Mon, 06 Nov

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German Embassy

The future of foreign policy is feminist!

The occasion marks this year’s publication of the German Federal Office’s Guidelines for Shaping Feminist Foreign Policy. Please register by sending an e mail to wi-s1-di@brue.auswaertiges-amt.de.

The future of foreign policy is feminist!
The future of foreign policy is feminist!

Time & Location

06 Nov 2023, 11:45 – 13:30

German Embassy, Rue Jacques de Lalaing 8, 1040 Bruxelles, Belgium

About the event

Please register by sending an email to wi-s1-di@brue.auswaertiges-amt.de

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The Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Kingdom of Belgium, Martin Kotthaus, is delighted to invite you to a lunch reception & discussion on Feminist Foreign Policy on the occasion of the

Brussels launch of the English translation of Kristina Lunz’s new book  “The Future of Foreign Policy is Feminist”

with Kristina Lunz & Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

on Monday, 6 November 2023 at the German Embassy in Brussels

Reading and discussion from 12:00 to 13:15, followed by a lunch reception

Kristina Lunz is the co-founder and co-executive director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy. She has a master’s degree in Global Governance and Ethics from University College London and a master’s in Global Governance and Diplomacy from the University of Oxford. In February 2019 she was included in Forbes Magazine’s prestigious ‘30 under 30’ list for Europe.

Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik is Co-Founder and CEO of Trianon Scientific Communication. She is an award-winning strategist on climate change and corporate social responsibility. She is also the President of Brussels Binder, an NGO whose expert database has become a central resource in Brussels for improving gender diversity in international policy debates.

Our moderator Kamiel Vermeylen is a journalist at Knack, specializing in  German politics and European affairs.

What commentators say about  the book “The Future of Foreign Policy is Feminist”:

“A bold vision for a sustainable future.” -- Margot Wallström, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden as well as former Vice-President of the European Commission

“Kristina Lunz highlights the urgent need for feminist approaches in foreign policy to address the root causes of conflict and build sustainable peace.” -- Oleksandra Matviichuk, Ukrainian Human Rights Lawyer and Nobel Peace Laureate 2022

“After reading this book you will look at the world differently.” -- Maja Göpel, economist and co-founder of Scientists for Future and member of the Club of Rome

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