Feminist Foreign Policy [PL] 

July 15, 2022 from 4:45 pm to 6:15 pm

Description: This panel will focus on women’s perspectives and the way they are currently represented in the social and political life- especially in the area of international relations, the media, at universities, in politics and the labor market. The conversation will present an opportunity to reflect upon the report “Will Women Save the World?” (org. Czy kobiety uratują świat?’ ) published in cooperation with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Office in Warsaw. 


    • Kinga Gajda (moderator)

Associate professor and lecturer at the Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University. Professor of cultural studies, doctor of literary studies. Her research interests include issues related to gender studies, humanistic ecology, heritage, and intercultural competencies.




  • Małgorzata Tracz

Member of the 9th term of the Parliament of the Republic of Poland, Vice-Chair of the Civic Coalition parliamentary club (Koalicja Obywatelska), Committee Member of the European Green Party, Co-chair of the Green Party from May 2015 to January 2022. In the Parliament she works in the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, where she deals with animal welfare, organic farming, the fight against ASF, hunting restrictions, etc. She also sits on the Foreign Affairs Committee.


  • Małgorzata Kopka-Piątek, Institute of Public Affairs 

Małgorzata Kopka-Piątek, Institute of Public Affairs, Head of the European Programme Co-founder and president of the board at FemGlobal. Women in International Politcs Assosiation. She holds a degree in German philology from University of Wrocław and a postgraduate degree in political science from Warsaw University. She worked in European affairs and international politics for 15 years at the Heinrich Böll Foundation Warsaw Office. Before that, she worked at the Polish-German Youth Cooperation and conducted trainings on intercultural civic education, non-violent conflict resolution and international voluntary service. For those interested in a different perspective on international relations, she recommend a publication of her co-authorship “Will Women Save the World? A Feminist Foreign Policy” (Czy kobiety uratują świat. Feministyczna polityka zagraniczna).


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