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08.04.2021 | News
Afghanistan amid transition and the prospects for peace
In our new season’s opening episode, we take a closer look at the latest developments in Afghanistan – the COVID-19 crisis, a difficult peace process, potential troop withdrawal and the future  
27.05.2020 | COVID-19 on East Asia | Coronabrief
Social media and public discourse in Mongolia
…Social media is a dominating force in public discourse. In the case of Mongolia,…  
26.01.2019 | Networks for social democracy | News
Mongolia to combat hate speech in online media
… of the newsroom and of media literacy among the public.  
19.04.2018 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Putting the spotlight on peace: Afghanistan security dialogue
Berlin (Germany) – FES hosts the Afghan National Security Advisor for a high-level public debate in Berlin to discuss the political peace process and emphasize regional dialogue initiatives  
21.09.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
International Peace Day: Civil society organizations call for end of Korean War
More than 350 South Korean and international civil society organizations, including the Korea office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, have launched a campaign calling for an end of the Korean War.  
02.07.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Human rights in the Afghan peace process
The Afghan peace process is at a crossroads. Violence is escalating, human rights workers and civilians are targeted, and rights abuses are widespread. Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights  
24.05.2022 | Gender Justice | News
The crucial role of Filipino women in the country’s road to peace
With spaces for dialogues and leadership expanding in government and civil society, women in the Philippines have taken up the role of peace leaders and are contributing extraordinary work to the  
26.06.2018 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
The Ulaanbaatar Dialogue – a “Helsinki” for peace in Northeast Asia?
An annual summit in Mongolia can serve as a platform for dialogue over the Korean Peninsula, in particular in the wake of the Kim-Trump summit in Singapore.  
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.  
03.04.2020 | COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
Afghanistan – Peace in the time of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has elevated the urgency for peace in Afghanistan to unprecedented levels. For the fledgling peace process, it is either an existential threat or a golden opportunity.  
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