This recommendation paper aims to encourage development practitioners and organisations to shift international development policy towards intersectional Feminist Global Collaboration.
It accompanies our podcast episode “Beyond Representation” which aims to critically explore the topic of representation, both its benefits and shortcomings. Representation and the question of who is in the room and who is missing when decisions are being made is vital to the process of shaping Feminist Global Collaboration and the policies within it. However, it must go way beyond simply placing historically marginalised people into unjust patriarchal and capitalist oppressive structures. Instead, we need decision-making structures that are anti-oppressive and participatory.
Further publications of this series: