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Denuclearization & Feminist Foreign Policy

Can a country’s foreign policy be feminist if they nuclear weapons? We don’t think so. With Honduras’ recent ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the treaty reached the 50 state-mark required for its entry into force. Why must denuclearization a major part of any feminist foreign policy? Join Jodie Evans and Molly Hurley of Beyond the Bomb as they explain why and share how young people can join the fight against nuclear weapons.

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Add to Calendar 24-11-2020 16:00:00 24-11-2020 17:00:00 America/New_York Denuclearization & Feminist Foreign Policy Can a country’s foreign policy be feminist if they nuclear weapons? We don’t think so. With Honduras’ recent ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the treaty reached the 50 state-mark required for its entry into force. Why must denuclearization a major part of any feminist foreign policy? Join Jodie Evans and Molly Hurley of Beyond the Bomb as they explain why and share how young people can join the fight against nuclear weapons. Caty Seger caty@codepink.org

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