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05.11.2019 | Climate change | News
Women and climate change: Initializing gender-sensitive perspectives for South-East Asia
Interview with Gotelind Alber on a genuine gender-sensitive climate transition for South-East Asia  
23.06.2016 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
Workers uniting across gender: priority at BWI’s global conference
… the road for integrating gender issues in worker’s organizing.  
28.04.2017 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News
Making just transition a reality
Bangkok (Thailand) ? Historically, tram workers were the first to form a union in Thailand, where today workers share a global challenge, achieving decent work for all in times of digitization  
20.03.2017 | Gender Justice | News
Unseen Shadows: Migration and the barren lives of Changar
Himachal Pradesh (India)—A short documentary by FES raises awareness about the hardships of women and the families of migrant workers in India.  
10.06.2020 | COVID-19 on South Asia | Coronabrief
Taking the bull by the horn: Bangladesh’s fiscal policy in the pandemic
Countries have resorted to various policy tools to create the fiscal space needed to underwrite the expenditure of stimulus packages, conceding that they may be forced to cross the rubicon of keeping  
28.04.2017 | Gender Justice | News
Interview: The gender pay gap in Pakistan
Islamabad (Pakistan) ? We need to connect and create synergies between the women’s movement and struggles with existing labour movements in the country  
15.11.2017 | Networks for social democracy | News
Bangladesh’s university reforms should prioritize quality and encompass the private sector
…Dhaka (Bangladesh) – Public and private sectors should be included in the design and…  
09.10.2017 | Climate change | Publication
Promoting Socially and Economically Just Energy Transformations in Asia
A comprehensive overview of the most important political and social factors, the commonalities and differences, that drive—but also hamper—socially just energy transitions across eight countries in  
23.03.2016 | #FeministAsia, Gender Justice | Publication
Feminism and the Women Movement in Pakistan
The study captures the history and current debates of the feminist movement in Pakistan today.  
17.03.2020 | News
Are universities ready to meet the demand of the labour market?
Bangladesh’s higher education is deteriorating. Extensive reforms are necessary for universities to better respond to the demands of the labour markets in a changing world.  
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