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27.04.2022 | Economy of tomorrow | Publication
China and the global financial architecture
China is a critical component of the global financial architecture as both a member of the international institutions and as an institution-builder. Our latest report addresses the question of where…  
102. Gender justice through digital rights and data  
Opportunities and threats of digitalization for women in the COVID-19 crisis. Reflections from Asia as part of the FES W7-blog.  
20.04.2022 | Climate change | News
Young people energize the just transition in the Philippines
FES Philippines forms Youth for Just Transition Network to engage young people from different backgrounds in the shift from coal to renewable energy.  
© FES Mongolia
07.04.2022 | Gender Justice | News
Fighting gender bias in Mongolian political news coverage
The lack of women's representation in political news coverage is global. But journalists and newsrooms in Mongolia have started to work to break the gender bias in media.  
105. Women’s Economic Resilience After COVID-19  
The COVID19-crisis has revealed multiple fault-lines, yet these could also be seen as opportunities for identification of changes to help women cope with and recover from the crisis. A new FES W7…  
30.03.2022 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Nepal in the New Geopolitics of Asia
Together with its partners, FES brought together some of Nepal’s most prominent thought-leaders and politicians to discuss the country’s current state of play in regional geopolitics, identify…  
16.03.2022 | Climate change | News
The need to transform mobility for liveable and social cities
Sustainable urban mobility always involves several trade-offs: between comfort and pollution, between private and public transport, and others. A comparison of four Asian cities highlights the…  
10.03.2022 | Climate change | Publication
Summary: Designing mobility for liveable and social cities
Four case studies explore the state of mobility in Asia’s megacities.  
Women in Central Java Indonesia
08.03.2022 | Climate change | News
How gender blindness undermines ambitious climate action
Women and girls represent half of the world’s population, yet their invaluable contributions in tackling climate change are still unrecognized. This year’s International Women’s Day is a reminder…  
Fisherfolk of Chennai | © Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung / Shruthi Kulkarni
24.02.2022 | Climate change | News
Chennai’s pursuit towards a green and inclusive city
Rapid urbanisation in Chennai is leaving the city's vulnerable susceptible to effects of unplanned growth and climate change.  
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