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24.01.2023 | Climate change | News
Hands being put together to show unity

Cooperatives have been developed to be an ethical business model for socio-economic development of underserved women in India. Explore recent…


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20.01.2023 | Climate change, Gender Justice | News

Bahav (eng: flow) explores how Nepalese women in two of Nepal’s most remote districts have been navigating changing climatic conditions and their…


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| New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Preview of FES Asia geopolitics highlights 2022

2022 marked another successful year of our regional programme on the new geopolitics of Asia. These are our highlights.


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10.01.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Photo of Marc Saxer with Asia map as the background

Marc Saxer explores the controversial debate over the appropriate answer to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has laid open a disconnect between…


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05.01.2023 | Climate change | News
Man checking solar panel on roof for safety at the top of a small house in rural area.

Over the years, climatologists have made it clear that the world needs to transition to renewable energy soon to prevent runaway climate collapse.


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