Iran’s regime is using digital repression to control the country’s citizens and further isolate them from the world. The EU should ensure safe online spaces for Iranian activists and tie its Iran policy into a comprehensive global strategy against digital authoritarianism.. (together with Dr Cornelius Adebahr)
Lecture series on applied feminist foreign policy by University of Hamburg and IFSH.
Marginalized groups in Iran are disproportionately affected by the regime’s systemic repression and by the country’s socio-economic and ecological crises. The EU must integrate these groups’ perspectives into its policies and work with civil society to address Tehran’s human rights violations. (together with Dr Cornelius Adebahr)
Women in Iran are agents of change, as proven once more by the feminist revolts in the country. The EU must expand its long-term approach to support Iranians’ fundamental rights and address their worsening socioeconomic conditions. (together with Tara Sepehri Far, Human Rights Watch, and Sussan Tahmasebi, Femena)
How to make use of the momentum regarding Germany's national security strategy and feminist foreign policy guidelines to anchor feminist perspectives in security policy.
Civil society perspectives, the regional dimension, and required EU action. (together with Dr. Cornelius Adebahr)
What does a German feminist foreign policy mean in the context of Iran? How can the German government work on short-term interventions to halt the regime's violence and continue to work on a refined long-term approach? (together with Dr. Cornelius Adebahr)
Iranians from all walks of life are revolting against a regime built on the oppression of women and systematic violations of human rights. What does that mean for the EU's approach on Iran from a feminist perspective (together with Dr. Cornelius Adebahr).
The German government has declared its intention to pursue a feminist foreign policy. What does that mean in the context of the war in Ukraine and the German Zeitenwende?
Analysis on the progress of women’s participation in peace and security, looking at 104 data sets in 5 areas of analysis, and including a qualitative report on the role of gender equality, diversity and intersectionality in foreign and security policy (together with Dr. Hannah Neumann, MEP, and Sofiia Shevchuk).
Analysis on the EU’s foreign policy approach towards Syria applying a feminist foreign policy lens (co-authored with Nora-Elise Beck).
Article on how feminist foreign policy pursues a comprehensive approach and thus better responds to multidimensional crises and challenges for international cooperation (article in German).
Analysis of the EU’s Iran policy from a feminist foreign policy perspective.
Blog article contributing to the debate on a German white paper on multilateralism (article in German).
Academic and topical guidance in developing the framework and program for a citizens‘ assembly on Germany’s role in the world as part of a team of experts.
Review of a ten-part publication series presenting a citizen-centered security needs analysis regarding security sector reform in Syria.