10 Reasons Why We Need Feminist Foreign Policy

If feminist foreign policy is here to stay,  how should it be defined and what does and should it look like in practice? Ten women — from New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern to Nigerian human rights activist Osai Ojigho to co-chair of Argentina’s W20 Andrea Grobocopatel — reflect on the idea of a feminist foreign policy, why it matters and where this concept needs to go next.

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