A feminist foreign policy – what does it actually mean? What effects has it had? Our guest for this Sweden Talk is Ulrika Grandin from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She will talk about the declaration of the Swedish feminist foreign policy and what it actually means in practice, both in Sweden and globally. During the seminar she will also address questions about the resistance and opportunities it has faced.
Ulrika Grandin is Deputy Director and works in the coordination team of the Feminist Foreign Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Previously, she has worked in the Ministry in different positions, among other things with EU matters and with development cooperation.
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