The concept of Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP) is gaining global traction. Diverse voices from the global south that offer unique experiences and lived realities can add to the growing understanding on how a FFP could change the trajectory of governance to make it more impactful, inclusive and lasting. Through extensive research, consultations and deep discussions with a range of stakeholders, Kubernein Initiative has found evidence of a gender lens in some areas of India’s foreign policy that can potentially be widened, as well as inspire other emerging economies. With like-minded partners we have released a groundbreaking report outlining some potential areas for further engagement and are currently deepening our work to provide more focused recommendations.
Justin Vaïsse's op-ed on the Israel-Hamas war
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