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07.04.2022 | Gender Justice | News
Fighting gender bias in Mongolian political news coverage
 
… the gender bias in media.  
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08.03.2018 | Climate change | Publication
A Socially Equitable Energy Transition in Indonesia
 
…he example of Indonesia, this publication looks at the…  
China's role in multilateral arms control 3.2
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22.09.2022 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Publication
China's role in multilateral arms control
 
As a player in global security politics, China is here to stay. A new analysis by FES explains what this means for arms control dialogue.  
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08.01.2021 | Climate change | News
Telling the energy story through a more inclusive lens
 
… social impacts, the media needs to change its…  
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05.07.2018 | Climate change | Publication
Achieving a socially equitable energy transition in China
 
…On the example of China, this publication looks at the…  
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19.09.2017 | Climate change | Publication
Towards a socially just energy transition in Vietnam
 
… the example of Vietnam, this publication looks at the…  
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12.05.2022 | Climate change | News
A new chapter for villages in Asia
 
Rural and urban areas are connected in ways that cannot be dissolved or ignored. They are economically, socially, and environmentally interlinked spaces. But as the world is becoming more urbanized,  
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17.12.2021 | Climate change | Publication
Hanoi: Designing mobility for liveable and social cities
 
New case study provides an overview of Hanoi’s mobility system and recommends measures to raise liveability and ecological sustainability in the Vietnamese capital.  
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10.05.2021 | Future of Work | News
Shaping the 2020s: Symposium and paper series for Workers' Future in Asia
 
Over the past year, FES worked together with 20 researchers from across Asia to analyse the challenges of workers in the region and develop visions for a future that supports socially just, inclusive  
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13.01.2022 | Climate change | Publication
Metro Manila: Designing mobility for liveable and social cities
 
The roads of Metro Manila are considered to be among the most congested in the world. Jude Esguerra analyses its mobility systems and shares three visions for transport in the Philippines capital  
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