Live Webinar: Feminist Foreign Policy 101

What is a Feminist Foreign Policy? Why is it important? Is it effective?

In 2015, Sweden made history by launching the world’s first Feminist Foreign Policy stirring the conversation on gender and international relations.

In the years that followed, governments of Canada and the United States also made foreign policy and legal changes to their humanitarian aid shedding light on how manly States were, the feminization of poverty and the different challenges women across the world faced at structural, cultural and socio-economic levels.

If you are an IR specialist, student, human rights activist or feminist, on May 2nd I will host a 2-hour online seminar on the challenges and opportunities of a Feminist Foreign Policy.


In this training you will learn:

👉Feminist Theory Main Issues in International Relations
👉What is a Feminist Foreign Policy?
👉Main Case Study: Sweden’s Feminist Foreign Policy
👉Other issues to consider: Canada and U.S.


$30 USD: Includes access to live video training, access to recorded version and PDF package with essential readings.



Natalia Bonilla is an award-winning international journalist, communications consultant & experiential producer with almost a decade working in over 12 countries.

She holds an M.A. in International Relations from the University of York, a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Puerto Rico and a Pg.Dp. in Conflict and Peace Journalism from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Currently, she produces her third documentary and first transmedia project Ser mujer en Latinoamerica compiling more than 700 testimonials on GBV and Gendered Peace from women in 18 countries.

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