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21.12.2016 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News
New project: Feminist answers to persisting social inequalities
A looming slowdown of global trade triggers social issues. A comeback of conservatism cements persistent inequalities: Those are the challenges of the neoliberal age and they call for feminist  
19.03.2021 | Climate change | News
Southeast Asia’s plans to expand coal power are undermining the global energy shift
While many parts of the world are shifting away from fossil fuels, Southeast Asia remains a hot spot for coal expansion. A new report by Climate Analytics, supported by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung,  
Photo by Steve Jurvetson from Menlo Park, USA (glue works Uploaded by Zolo), CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
30.04.2017 | Economy of tomorrow | News
Preparing the workforce for the future
On the occasion of the International Workers’ Day, Christopher Ng of UNI Asia & Pacific with a call for an economy where the human and social dimension is fully enshrined  
29.05.2017 | Climate change | News
Shaping up for climate action in Asia
… Asia needs to undergo a transition towards…  
16.06.2017 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News
New Asia-wide platform for feminist dialogue
Singapore (Singapore)—Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung starts FutureLab to unite feminists across Asia through a regional platform  
16.04.2017 | Economy of tomorrow | Publication
Practical Guide to Transformative Change Making
Transformative Change Making (TCM) introduces a new method to create the societal buy-in needed to tackle such transformation crises.  
Image from istockphoto / claffra
23.10.2020 | News
The epicentre of a global conflict
An analysis of the US-China rivalry in Southeast Asia.  
30.06.2017 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, #CLSPlus | News
Trade doesn’t work for all
Brussels (Belgium) – “Trade agreements are instruments to improve the situation the participating nations find themselves in.”  
07.07.2017 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
“Dialogue is a powerful tool if it leads to cooperation”
Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) – Interview with Damba Ganbat, organizer of the Ulaanbaatar Dialogue, on the challenges to peace and security in Northeast Asia, the role of Mongolia and its relationship to  
20.07.2017 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, #CLSPlus | News
The future of the Cambodian garment and footwear Industry
Phnom Penh (Cambodia) – Reforming international trade agreements and preferential schemes are an important tool to overcome serious challenges the industry faces.  
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