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14.12.2021 | Climate change | Publication
Bengaluru: Designing mobility for liveable and social cities
Urban mobility specialist Dr Yamini Jain portrays Bengaluru’s mobility sector and the city’s efforts to shift to safe, inclusive, affordable, equitable, and sustainable mobility.  
17.09.2019 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
The pioneering FES Academy of Work gets a makeover in Bangladesh
Two years after the first Academy of Work in Bangladesh, trainers have restyled the programme to better respond to the challenges of organized labour in the future world of work.  
15.10.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Between a rock and a hard place: ASEAN, AUKUS and the EU Indo-Pacific Strategy
Most ASEAN countries are rather reluctant to choose sides in the intensifying geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States. There is a concern among a number of Southeast Asian nations  
11.05.2020 | Cross-cutting regional issues | Coronabrief
Technology for a social cause: TikTok and Asia’s mobile-first nations
… influencers on social media “essential workers”.…  
08.03.2021 | Gender Justice | Publication
Icons of gender justice
Read about the lives of those who paved the way for women’s rights in Asia in this new graphic novel anthology.  
11.02.2022 | Climate change | Publication
Jakarta: Designing mobility for liveable and social cities
Once among the four most congested cities globally, Jakarta's mobility system is showing signs of improvement. Elisa Sutanudjaja analyses the socio-ecological challenges and opportunities in  
01.11.2016 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | Publication
India’s role in the economic stabilisation of Afghanistan
Amidst the fallout from dwindling international aid, a new role is possible for India in the economic stabilization of Afghanistan.  
21.04.2020 | COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
Stories of hunger: India’s lockdown is hitting the poorest
Amid the world’s largest lockdown, migrant workers face an impossible choice: Risk contracting the virus or go hungry. Indian journalist Sanjay Kapoor reports from New Delhi.  
15.05.2017 | #FeministAsia, Gender Justice | Publication
Political feminism and the women's movement in Thailand
In recent years, challenges caused by social and political unrest and conflicts over natural resources and the environment have had an impact on the lives and livelihoods of Thai women. These  
25.03.2019 | Climate change | News
The greenest kind of growth is degrowth
Shifting spotlight from economic growth to the well-being of humans and nature can contribute to reduced carbon pressure on the Planet, better trade and decent work conditions, writes a Vietnamese  
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