Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy
Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

Founding Year: 2016

Staff: 17

Budget:

Marissa Conway (Co-Founder and UK Executive Director)

An international “research, advocacy, community-building and consulting organisation” that promotes an intersectional feminist approach to foreign and security policy. They “believe foreign policy can be a mechanism for equality, justice, solidarity, and ultimately peace.” Notably, they were the world’s first organisation explicitly dedicated to Feminist Foreign Policy.

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Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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