Kristina Lunz is co-founder and co-director of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy GmbH, an award-winning human rights activist and former advisor to the German Foreign Office.
She has been known for her feminist work for years and has been interviewed and profiled by numerous (inter)national media. Kristina Lunz was named one of the 30 under 30 (in Europe and DACH) by Forbes, is Handelsblatt/BCG “Forward Thinker 2020”, Focus Magazine “100 Women of the Year 2020”, was awarded “Young Elite – Top 40 under 40” by Capital Magazine.
Kristina Lunz is Atlantik Brücke Young Leader, Ashoka Fellow as well as BMW Foundation Responsible Leader. Also a first-generation college student, she holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, as well as a master’s degree from University College London in global governance and ethics and another master’s degree from the University of Oxford in global governance and diplomacy. After graduation, she worked for the United Nations in Myanmar and for an NGO in Colombia, among others. Kristina Lunz has (co-)initiated several activist campaigns such as “No means No” and a campaign against sexism in the Bild newspaper.
Kristina Lunz Lecture Topics:
- Justice & Educational Equity
- Foreign Policy & Feminist Foreign Policy
- Feminism & Activism
- Social Change
- “As a working-class child from the village to Oxford”.
Kristina Lunz thinks peace, human rights and justice together with foreign policy and wants to initiate a paradigm shift: Kristina Lunz counters power play and military muscle games with mediation in peace negotiations, feminist power analyses and climate justice. Realpolitik is exchanged for utopias, and there are as many women ambassadors as there are ambassadors.
Kristina Lunz’s core message is therefore: “No peace without feminism.”