Professor Toni Haastrup shares her expertise in Feminist Foreign Policy
Professor Toni Haastrup has recently contributed to a number of policy events on Feminist Foreign Policy, including a keynote address at a panel co-organised by UNWomen.
Throughout November, Toni Haastrup, Professor and Chair of Global Politics, took part in several European policy events on Feminist Foreign policy.
First, she contributed to a panel organised by Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) at the Shaping Feminist Foreign Policy Conference in the Hague, organised and hosted by the Government of Netherlands.
Haastrup spoke on integrating feminist postcolonial and decolonial perspectives into foreign policy. She also provided the keynote for another panel co-organised with UNWomen.
Second, she was a panellist at Conference: Towards a Feminist Foreign Policy for the EU organised by Hannah Neumann and Greens at European Parliament. During the panel, Haastrup highlighted that:
Diversity is not intersectionality. Diversity says we should include everyone. Intersectionality emphasises the power structures that are oppressive. Simply focusing on diversity is not enough.