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Kristina Lunz says: "Power in our society is concentrated in a few hands of very few people and it is always the same people". This is why she is an advocate for the female perspective in global diplomacy. Find out more in her Twenty Thirty Portrait.

 

 

Further Articles

Today’s (German) Foreign Policy - Why It Is About All Of Us
Read Lena Krause's synopsis about the book “Foreign Policy being at Loss - And Why It Needs Society’s Support” by Volker Stanzel.
Breaking Silence, Ending Violence
Changing Mindsets: "Breaking Silence, Ending Violence" Watch the Award-Winning Documentary Series from Deutsche Welle with Elsa D'Silva featured.
Reflections on Inclusion
Read about Elizabeth Maloba's and Patrick Mpedzisi's perspectives on inclusion and what role it plays in the field of international politics and across cultures divides in this Q&A.
The Lack of a Gender Perspective
Insights from the 2019 Bled Strategic Forum in Slovenia highlighted that the lack of a gender perspective leads to a skewed response to current challenges such as climate change, migration and an inclusive democracy.
How street lights can ease women's lives and boost the economy
A major factor blocking women's economic integration is the lack of public safety. This is especially relevant in India, recently named the world’s most dangerous country for women. Elsa Marie D'Silva suggests that to make cities safer, decision-makers must finally consider women’s needs.
Brexit Injustice to Britain's Youth
GDL member Eirliani Abdul Rahman contributed an article about the Brexit and its influence on Britain's youth in the daily O. While 73 per cent of voters under the age of 25 wished to remain in the EU, 60 per cent of those over 65 opted to leave. Meaning that those who must live the longest with the outcome of the referendum wanted to remain in the EU.
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