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03.10.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
How relevant is the German reunification for Korea today?
It has been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. FES Korea explored the significance of the German reunification for the Korean peninsula.  
20.04.2020 | Cross-cutting regional issues | Coronabrief
Who cares? Feminist responses to the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has a strong gender dimension. It is increasing women’s vulnerabilities and risks in their roles as workers and caregivers. Feminists in India have developed demands to address  
25.07.2018 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News
Feminism under construction: A push for new alliances in Asia
FES helps building new alliances that can bring feminist visions into the mainstream.  
29.09.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
From runways to clouds, workers organize
Pokhara (Nepal) — The Asian civil aviation industry is growing alongside a pressing need to organize workers across its different sectors.  
19.11.2016 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
New study: India’s role in Afghan’s econ stability
Kabul (Afghanistan) ? Amidst the fallout from dwindling international aid, a new role is possible for India in the economic stabilization of Afghanistan.  
23.09.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
BASF trade unionists in Asia form a network
An Asia-wide BASF regional network takes shape in Singapore as part of an effort to create a sustainable BASF Global Network of trade unionists.  
15.05.2018 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, #CLSPlus | News
Trade rules threaten workers’ rights and public services
Trade unions are developing strategies to address the harm a new generation of trade agreements may have on workers and access to public services in the Asia-Pacific region.  
26.05.2021 | Climate change | News
Op-ed: Asian Development Bank should close its doors to all dirty energy
The announcement by Asia’s leading development bank to exit from financing fossil fuels made global headlines. While it would be a major step for a just energy transition if fully implemented, the  
03.12.2015 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
9th Asia Europe Labour Forum & 4th Social Partner’s Forum
Lively discussions of representatives from trade union centres from over 20 countries from Asia and Europe with government officials, the European Commission, other organisations and experts made the  
Climate change activists holding a sign reading "There is no planet B"
19.08.2020 | Climate change | News
Youth advocates volunteered for climate education amid lockdown
During lockdown, FES Philippines produced “Can We Cool Down The Earth” - an audiobook on climate change aimed at children, voiced by young civil-society activists.  
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