CID Fraen an Gender and the City of Luxembourg, under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, invite to an event with the feminist Kristina Lunz.
International relations and foreign policy are characterized by power struggles between white men and the right of the strongest. For decades, feminists have been campaigning for alternatives and ways to sustainable peace. Is a fundamental paradigm shift possible in times when already 6 countries – including Luxembourg – call their foreign policy feminist?
Kristina Lunz is a political scientist, activist and co-founder of the Berlin Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy. In Luxembourg, she will read excerpts from her book The Future of Foreign Policy is Feminist, published in March, and discuss war, rearmament, development cooperation and the role of civil society, among other topics, with journalist Isabel Spigarelli.
The event will be followed by a reception.
Free admission. Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org oder 241095-1
Language: German, translation into English
Auditorium Cercle Cité, 2 rue du Génistre Luxemburg
Organised by: CID Fraen an Gender and City of Luxembourg. Under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs