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27.04.2018 | Gender Justice | News
Unheard, Unseen, Unrecognized: Women in informal employment
Shalini Sinha of WIEGO, a global network focused on securing livelihoods for the working poor, talks about the need to think outside the box when it comes to supporting women in informal employment.  
26.07.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News
FES helps Philippines face challenges from climate change to workers’ rights to violent extremism
The globalization of work, the tectonic shifts in geopolitics, and climate change are all having an impact on the archipelagic South-East Asian nation of more than 100 million inhabitants where FES  
04.11.2019 | Networks for social democracy | News
Civil society in India presents social innovations for societal transformation
India is known for its frugal innovations and ground-up development models. Through their work, the partners of FES have been pioneering social innovations in their respective fields of interventions.  
01.05.2020 | Cross-cutting regional issues | Coronabrief
Lives at stake – rights and responsibilities for a safer workplace
Access to rights and collective representation through unions is vital to tackling the pandemic. Safe workplace measures must be jointly designed and owned by employers and employees. IUF – a union  
08.03.2017 | Gender Justice | News
“Women are no cars!”
New Delhi (India) – With investments for strong workers organising, gender equality laws and policies to address issues of violence or care work are possible.  
01.03.2021 | News
How volunteers crowd sourcing data contributes to Mongolia’s COVID-19 response
Participants from across Mongolia collect crucial data in an Open Street Mapping project in an effort to make health and essential services available to the public and state agencies.  
23.04.2020 | COVID-19 on South East Asia | Coronabrief
Thailand: Helping the most vulnerable workers
For millions of Thai workers, the lost income due to the COVID-19 response is fast becoming a more pressing daily concern than social distancing. Initiatives by the government and civil society are  
05.08.2020 | Economy of tomorrow | News
Walking a fine line: Thailand and the challenge of the platform economy
Developing the platform economy has been a major agenda of the Thai government since 2016, but the chances of its realization are looking gloomy in the eyes of some Thai think tanks and academic  
25.03.2018 | Economy of tomorrow | News
Selecting the right narrative can help unify diverse stakeholders’ support
New Delhi – A new methodology pursued by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) in India has been applying a new narrative for alliance building to energy reforms in the country.  
29.08.2017 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Pluralism not dogmatism
Jakarta (Indonesia) – A new book reasserts Indonesia’s tradition of tolerance  
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