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07.04.2020 | COVID-19 on South East Asia | Coronabrief
Philippines: COVID-19 as a public health crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbates the long-standing symptoms of a weak and inequitable public health system in the Philippines. A densely populated capital, widespread socioeconomic disparities and  
22.11.2019 | Economy of tomorrow | News
German small and medium enterprises inspire delegation from Bangladesh
A Bangladeshi delegation explores small and medium enterprises in Stuttgart.  
Women in Central Java Indonesia
08.03.2022 | Climate change | News
How gender blindness undermines ambitious climate action
Women and girls represent half of the world’s population, yet their invaluable contributions in tackling climate change are still unrecognized. This year’s International Women’s Day is a reminder  
12.11.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News
Role play brings policy-making to life for youth leaders in Mongolia
Through a series of policy workshops in Mongolia, young political party supporters receive hands-on experience to work together and develop policy options for a range of scenarios.  
24.05.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News
FES supports political dialogue for greater social equality and better quality of life in Pakistan.
Supporting narratives for economic transformation and people’s awareness about the links between domestic and regional questions, FES Pakistan works with partners to strengthen political dialogue in  
04.05.2020 | COVID-19 on South East Asia | Coronabrief
Migrant workers struggling under lockdown in Thailand
Across Thailand, millions of migrant workers are struggling due to the lockdown, unable to get home, and often without any work. The government has made exemptions to help their situations and  
20.09.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News
Are Timor Leste’s quotas for women in government a good thing? “Of course!” say female MPs
In Timor Leste, progressive quotas for women in government are opening up new avenues for women in politics .  
14.01.2021 | Gender Justice | News
Women and girls across Asia are facing complex, urgent risks from the pandemic, expert warns
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted billions of lives around the world. But the crisis is hitting already-vulnerable women and girls in several new and interconnected ways. Nepali sociologist Meena  
02.07.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Human rights in the Afghan peace process
The Afghan peace process is at a crossroads. Violence is escalating, human rights workers and civilians are targeted, and rights abuses are widespread. Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights  
26.06.2018 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
The Ulaanbaatar Dialogue – a “Helsinki” for peace in Northeast Asia?
An annual summit in Mongolia can serve as a platform for dialogue over the Korean Peninsula, in particular in the wake of the Kim-Trump summit in Singapore.  
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