Feminism

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Anne Klein Women’s Award 2020

Announcement

We invite you to nominate candidates for the 2020 Anne Klein Women’s Award, who courageously and perseveringly advocate human rights, equality and sexual self-determination. The closing date for submissions is 1st September 2019.

A feminist peace in Colombia?

Analysis

The inclusion of a gender perspective in the Colombia's peace agreement: past, present, and future.

By Catalina Ruiz-Navarro

Towards a feminist foreign policy in Myanmar

Analysis

The peace process in Myanmar remains male dominated. While international bodies support an inclusive process, national women’s networks struggle to advocate across ethnic boundaries.

By Erin Kamler

Canada’s feminist vision for the G7 and beyond

Analysis

How to lobby the G7 countries to implement feminist policies? Canadian civil society organizations are pushing participation from the global south to highlight voices often not heard.

By Beth Woroniuk

Announcement: Anne Klein Women’s Award 2019

Announcement

We invite you to nominate candidates for the 2019 Anne Klein Women’s Award, who courageously and perseveringly advocate human rights, equality and sexual self-determination. The closing date for submissions is 2nd September 2018.

Goethe Medal 2017: "Language is the key"

The 2017 Goethe Medals are themed “language is the key”. The recipients Urvashi Butalia, Emily Nasrallah and Irina Scherbakowa take a courageous stance on subjects tabooed in their societies – from violence against women to the politics of remembrance.

"It became my mission to locate women's voices"

Interview

Urvashi Butalia is one of India’s foremost feminists. On the occasion of her receiving Germany’s Goethe Medal on August 28, 2017 in Weimar, we have talked to her about her work as a publisher, feminism, writing and politics in India.

By Axel Harneit-Sievers

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