I am available for speaking engagements to discuss on the following topics: climate diplomacy, climate security, risk and resilience, climate justice, feminist foreign policy, intersectionality, diversity equity and inclusion in the European Union, NATO, the United States, Central and Eastern Europe.
Beyond the Concept: Feminist Foreign Policy in Action | #PPF22
Plans for a feminist foreign policy have been put in place by several countries over the past decade. However, international statistics tell us that the inclusion of women in international decision-making and negotiation mechanisms is often insufficient: in 2022, women ambassadors average only 21.6% in the world's 40 largest economies. Ensuring that women play a key role in discussions and decision-making processes in the different fields of diplomacy could truly take into account women's voices and rights and make international governance more inclusive.
Amplifying Voices: Why a Feminist Foreign Policy Matters for the Global South and North
Why Feminist Foreign Policy became even more important and needed with Russian invasion of Ukraine? What is a feminist dimension of the war in Ukraine, and do we already see feminist responses and reactions to the war?
Atlantic Forum Autumn Conference 2021: Beyond the Weather
Climate change and security are tightly interconnected. The organisations that are responsible for security have to reconsider what security is in a climate disrupted world and re-equip accordingly. Mainly, adapt staffing, resources, and potential operations and missions to the security risks coming from climate change. That said, one has to move beyond a reactive posture to climate security towards preventative action, while ensuring that response to climate change is not militarised.
Healthcare not Warfare:
it's time to reframe security
The concept of security is changing. It is not only anymore about traditional security but also human security that ensures safe climate, health, financial stability. Human security is the core of feminist foreign policy. In order to ensure human security - feminist foreign policy focuses on three Rs: rights, representation and resources.
#SHEcurity - Launch of 2021 Index
We need more diverse representation in security and foreign policy. However, reaching parity would not be enough to ensure a true inclusion and actual impact of women and marginalised groups. We need diverse perspectives and intersectional approach in foreign and security policy, which is the main focus of #SHEcurity 2021 report.