Digitalt: A Feminist Vision for Peace
Mainstream approaches to peace and security are masculinised and militarised and take place in exclusionary spaces which continue to block women’s meaningful engagement. This event wants to challenge the dominant frame of militarisation through the lens of feminist peace and explores why peace and security should be an important part of feminist work.
Join us for the conversation to unravel what feminist peace is, what a feminist vision for peace would look like, why peace is an intergral part of the feminist agenda and why foreign and security policy should be an important component of feminist work together with:
Gabriella Irsten Policy & Advocacy Officer Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (Sweden).
Sheena Anderson Fellow at Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy.
Helen Khezi-Nwoha – Executive Director of the Women’s International Peace Centre.
The conversation will be moderated by journalist Mette Mølgaard Henriksen.
Date: May 20
Time: 16.30 Swedish time