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14.06.2021 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
Nepal must support its tourism sector or face losing a critical workforce
The tourism sector of Nepal has been decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers and unions call for more financial support and a boost for domestic travel.  
10.06.2021 | Future of Work | Publication
Protecting Human Rights in Supply Chains: Lessons from Bangladesh
In cooperation with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, FES provides a new perspective showing how industry initiatives can help improve working conditions.  
08.06.2021 | Networks for social democracy | News
Bridging diversity the Indonesian way
Indonesia has answered the age-old question of how to ensure cooperation across a diverse population, by using a set of principles derived from the local culture and wisdom.  
04.06.2021 | Future of Work | Publication
Blue-Collar Workers of the Platform Economy in Bangladesh and South Asia
How do blue-collar workers in Bangladesh assess their position in the platform economy? What can be done to make them less vulnerable?  
02.06.2021 | News
Vaccine justice and building forward better
In this episode, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, one of Malaysia's leading experts on the political economy of development, takes a closer look at the social and economic crisis in South and Southeast Asia, the…  
01.06.2021 | News
South Korean generations at odds over how to tackle world’s fastest-ageing society
The South Korean population is ageing faster than any other in the world. Who bears the responsibility for the problem, and for fixing it, is hotly debated between the generations. A video by FES…  
28.05.2021 | Future of Work | Publication
Mapping of Trade Unions’ Use of Digital Communication and Education Tools
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended millions of lives. Lockdowns, large scale layoffs and community quarantines have fundamentally disrupted trade union work at the global and local levels. This brief…  
26.05.2021 | Climate change | News
Op-ed: Asian Development Bank should close its doors to all dirty energy
The announcement by Asia’s leading development bank to exit from financing fossil fuels made global headlines. While it would be a major step for a just energy transition if fully implemented, the…  
25.05.2021 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Between superpowers: Small and landlocked states in Asia
Small and landlocked states have their own unique set of challenges, but also opportunities, especially when caught in the midst of global power shifts and geopolitical disruptions. In this episode,…  
17.05.2021 | News
Education during the pandemic: Dimensions of the digital divide in Mongolia
As the schools were shut down, the government opted to replace in-class learning with various means of distance education. This has revealed the dimensions of the digital divide at a larger scale, to…  
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