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19.06.2017 | Networks for social democracy | News
WE are who we are: Reflections of a young queer feminist
… journal, a joint publication by SocDem Asia…  
28.01.2021 | Publication
Traversing the Tightrope
An analysis by Syed Marwan, Ikmal Nordin and Ng Ming Yang on the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 and reform of social protection in Malaysia.  
23.04.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News
Teacher training, trade union relations and tax reform: FES Thailand helps local initiatives boost social justice across the board
More than 40 years now, FES has been working in Thailand, a land of contrasts and rapid transformation.  
30.11.2016 | Climate change | News
Interview: Vietnam says NO to Nuclear Energy
Ha Noi (Vietnam) ? After a change of heart, Vietnam decision-makers halt plans to construct nuclear power plants. Sites were prepared for construction. Feasibility studies gave a green light. And  
23.06.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
FES Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia welcomes its new Director
The FES Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia welcomes its new Director, Adrienne Woltersdorf. After almost four years, the previous Director Julia Mueller is leaving to continue work in the FES  
24.03.2020 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News
Digital justice for the next billion users
Payal Arora, author of “The Next Billion Users. Digital Life beyond the West” shares her views on digital justice and how it relates to the digital divide and the platform economy.  
10.12.2018 | Gender Justice | News
Closer to the equality goal: We all should be feminists
Myanmar activist Nandar draws attention to violence against the female body through her work as translator and performer.  
13.07.2020 | News
A new generation of politicians in Mongolia
On 24 June 2020, the ruling centre-left Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) defended its super majority. One of the reasons for the MPP’s success was the nomination of fresh and mostly younger faces in  
20.01.2017 | Gender Justice | News
Another Brick in the Wall
…nom Penh (Cambodia) – A multi-media project in Cambodia…  
17.07.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
From side table to centre stage: Social justice and the Afghan peace process
In the past months, Afghan policymakers and civil society have found themselves again in a “fog of talks” with representatives of the Taliban insurgency, international interlocutors, and each other.  
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