Feminist Foreign Policy's Prospects in The Context of Global Cooperation


  • Daniela Cecilia Márquez-Carriel Universidad ECOTEC. Ecuador
  • Fidel Márquez-Sánchez Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo. Ecuador
  • Luis Oña-Garcés Universidad ECOTEC. Ecuador
  • Arnaldo Vergara-Romero Universidad ECOTEC. Ecuador


Feminist Foreign Policy, International Cooperation, Feminism, Ecuador.


The purpose of this paper is to determine the guidelines that expose the need for the implementation of a feminist foreign policy in the country of Ecuador and to identify the role played by women and feminism within Ecuador's foreign policy. Additionally, the paper will identify the role played by women and feminism within Ecuador's foreign policy. The research has a qualitative approach, and it is an exploratory-descriptive form of research; as a result, the methodologies utilized include observation and interview, as well as the review of documents and a questionnaire that was carried out with two relevant women in Ecuadorian politics. Considering this, the conclusion may be drawn is that Ecuador should not yet implement a feminist foreign policy even though it possesses all the instruments necessary to formulate and implement such a policy. Because of this, Ecuador has made significant progress in gender issues over the past ten years for the implementation of public policies through international cooperation, and the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility to end discrimination against women has been readily apparent. Women who are a part of it.




How to Cite

Daniela Cecilia Márquez-Carriel, Fidel Márquez-Sánchez, Luis Oña-Garcés, & Arnaldo Vergara-Romero. (2024). Feminist Foreign Policy’s Prospects in The Context of Global Cooperation. Kurdish Studies, 12(1), 3038–3050. Retrieved from https://kurdishstudies.net/menu-script/index.php/KS/article/view/1592

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