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21.12.2016 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News

A looming slowdown of global trade triggers social issues. A comeback of conservatism cements persistent inequalities: Those are the challenges of the…


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20.12.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, #CLSPlus | News

More spare time, better pay, safer workplaces: The CLS+ project by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Asia aims to better the working conditions for workers…


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30.11.2016 | Climate change | News

Ha Noi (Vietnam) ― After a change of heart, Vietnam decision-makers halt plans to construct nuclear power plants. Sites were prepared for…


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28.10.2016 | Economy of tomorrow | News

Seoul (Korea) – Experts from ten Asian countries lead the Economy of Tomorrow (EoT) regional project to the next phase. Amidst changing political…


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23.10.2016 | Gender Justice | News

Policies that advance gender equality are central to the work towards social democracy.


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19.10.2016 | Gender Justice | News

Islamabad (Pakistan) – A study by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung helps rethink strategies and alliances in debates and actions against gender violence.


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30.09.2016 | Economy of tomorrow | News

A two-day meeting is underway where experts from India and Europe weave path for cooperation projects on energy and urban transformation.


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29.09.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Pokhara (Nepal) — The Asian civil aviation industry is growing alongside a pressing need to organize workers across its different sectors.


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23.09.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

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.


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23.09.2016 | Economy of tomorrow | News

Sampran (Thailand) – A policy community has been exploring alternative tax models, part of the Economy of Tomorrow project.


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23.09.2016 | Gender Justice, #FeministAsia | News

New Delhi (India) – Shiva and his consort Parvati* in discussion on feminism in a new comic by FES India to mark the launch of their country study as…


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23.08.2016 | Climate change | News

August 23, 2016 — FES Asia is part of an international FES delegation to discuss climate justice and social ecological transformation at a global…


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23.07.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

An important mission of the international union movement is to increase its participation in global governance and convey the views and concerns of…


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23.07.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

The potential of Social Protection Floors to eradicate poverty and to balance economic and social uncertainties has been reaffirmed by its prominent…


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23.06.2016 | News

The FES Office for Regional Cooperation in Asia welcomes its new Director, Adrienne Woltersdorf. After almost four years, the previous Director Julia…


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23.06.2016 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News

A new series of publications by FES Afghanistan and the Afghanistan Analysts Network puts in context the security situation of the region with the…


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23.06.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Young workers affiliated to the International Transport Federation have expressed their concern over the growing trend of precarious work arrangements…


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23.06.2016 | Networks for social democracy | News

A new period of transition and uncertainty dawns on post-election Philippines where the next president faces challenges of good, effective and…


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23.06.2016 | Gender Justice | News

Over 35% of the domestic workers worldwide are accounted for in Asia where the Philippines remains the only country to ratify international labour…


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23.06.2016 | Networks for social democracy | News

Three young political activists from Southeast Asia share their thoughts about political participation and organizing at a time of a rising economic…


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23.06.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

In Kathmandu, Building and Woodworkers International and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung bring together women trade unionists to pave the road for…


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06.06.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Securing social and labour standards in global supply chains is a challenge under current trade regimes and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is gearing up…


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