Women Peace Security

Lecture and discussion with Simone Wisotzki on feminist foreign policy

Dr. habil. Simone Wisotzki

Fe­mi­nist foreign policy shall con­tribute to peace, wo­men's rights and human rights. This was de­cided on Octo­ber 31, 2000 in UN Re­so­lu­tion 1325, which was adopted as part of the "Women, Peace, and Security Agenda". Through the active par­ti­ci­pation of women in Ger­man peace and se­cu­ri­ty policy, the German govern­ment intends to further ad­vance the "Women, Peace, and Security" agenda.

In her pre­sen­ta­tion, Simone Wisotzki explains what dis­tinguishes feminist foreign policy in practice. In the fol­lowing dis­cussion, the in­vited guests will ex­plore the ques­tion of how mu­ni­cipal work in Rüssels­heim can be con­nect­ed to feminist foreign policy. The event is or­gan­ized by the Women's Center Rüssels­heim, the grass­roots group pax-christi Süd­hessen, the Peace Pro­tec­tion Office Rüssels­heim am Main and the Ca­tho­lic Workers and Workers' Cha­plain­cy Süd­hessen.


When: February 23, 2023, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Where: Council Chamber (entrance Faul­bruch­straße), Rüssels­heim City Hall, Markt­platz 4, 65428 Rüssels­heim am Main.


Please note the event will be held in German.

For more in­for­ma­tion, please visit the event website