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Intersectionality: Experiences, views and visions for change

Intersectionality from theory to practice.
25 authors share experiences, reflect on globally diverse contexts and strive to deepen the understanding of intersectional approaches, while recognising the persistence of multiple forms of discrimination in 13 articles.

‘Once we are in a crisis it is not enough to repeat what has already been done’

On 24 April we observe the International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace. The Foundation marks this occasion by asking Mr Csaba Kőrösi, President of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), seven questions in an interview with Edit Morin-Kovacs, Programme Manager for Multilateralism.

Is the choice Multilateral or Minilateral constellations or do we need both?

Can we have greater diplomatic synergy through minilateralism? What are we learning from the Ukrainian crisis reverberating through the multilateral system and regional and minilateral groups? This month, Edit Morin-Kovacs, Programme Manager for the Foundation’s Multilateral project reflects on these pivotal questions. She previously worked in Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine.

‘Leadership should build on the very foundation of the organisation’

We recognise International Human Rights Day with a Leadership Interview Leni Stenseth, Deputy Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Veronika Tywuschik Sohlström and Marijana Markotić from the Foundation’s Leadership team asked the questions.