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30.01.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Pakistan in the New Geopolitics of Asia
 
Pakistani experts convene to analyse major regional and global dynamics at play and provide strategies on how the country can manage geopolitical challenges.  
Hands being put together to show unity
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24.01.2023 | Climate change | News
Just transition - The co-operative way
 
Cooperatives have been developed to be an ethical business model for socio-economic development of underserved women in India. Explore recent initiatives supported by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)…  
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20.01.2023 | Climate change, Gender Justice | News
Women adapting to climate change in Nepal | DOCUMENTARY
 
Bahav (eng: flow) explores how Nepalese women in two of Nepal’s most remote districts have been navigating changing climatic conditions and their impacts on water resources.  
Preview of FES Asia geopolitics highlights 2022
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16.01.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
2022 Highlights: Navigating the New Geopolitics of Asia
 
2022 marked another successful year of our regional programme on the new geopolitics of Asia. These are our highlights.  
Photo of Marc Saxer with Asia map as the background
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10.01.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Bridging the gap: To become partners, Europe and Asia need a better understanding of each other
 
Marc Saxer explores the controversial debate over the appropriate answer to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has laid open a disconnect between the West and many countries in the Global South.  
Man checking solar panel on roof for safety at the top of a small house in rural area.
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05.01.2023 | Climate change | News
What does the renewable energy shift in the Philippines look like?
 
Over the years, climatologists have made it clear that the world needs to transition to renewable energy soon to prevent runaway climate collapse.  
A woman at a construction site. She is holding a shovel, wearing glasses, gloves and a hat.
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21.12.2022 | Future of Work | News
Nepal’s unions assess their power resources through a worker’s lens
 
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Nepal and the Centre for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS) Nepal conduct first-ever power resource assessment of Nepalese trade union movement.  
Covers of 4 publications in FES paper series: COVID-19 crisis and women in Asia
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19.12.2022 | Gender Justice | Publication
COVID-19 crisis and women in Asia
 
Gender-specific impacts, policy responses and women’s agency in context of the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia.  
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14.12.2022 | Climate change | News
A just transition fuelled and led by young people in Vietnam
 
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and environmental non-profit Live & Learn initiate Green Youth Labs: a training and mentoring programme for innovation and a socially equitable energy transition in Vietnam.  
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09.12.2022 | Publication
China’s expanding engagement with the United Nations development pillar
 
The selective long-term approach of a programme country superpower.  
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