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11.03.2021 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News
Exhibition sheds light on the history of South Korea’s National Security Act
 
A new online director’s guide walks you through “The Things Imprisoned in the World of Words”, an exhibition about South Korea’s National Security Act, organized and supported by hundreds of people…  
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08.03.2021 | Gender Justice | Publication
Icons of Gender Justice
 
Read about the lives of those who paved the way for women’s rights in Asia in this new graphic novel anthology.  
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04.03.2021 | Economy of tomorrow | News
Training Bangladesh’s next generation of advocates, through the pandemic
 
Bangladesh has no shortage of bright young people keen to boost the country’s development. But many lack the research and specific presentation skills to match their motivation. Now in its fifth…  
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01.03.2021 | News
How volunteers crowd sourcing data contributes to Mongolia’s COVID-19 response
 
Participants from across Mongolia collect crucial data in an Open Street Mapping project in an effort to make health and essential services available to the public and state agencies.  
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23.02.2021 | Climate change | News
China’s latest carbon pledge sets ambitious course for the 21st Century
 
China’s recent commitment to reaching carbon neutrality by 2060 sends a powerful message, not only about what the country thinks it can achieve with its own development, but also about the leading…  
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16.02.2021 | Future of Work | Publication
Collective bargaining on digital platforms and data stewardship
 
With a spot-on description of the problems workers in the digital economy face today Astha Kapoor develops models that allow workers to develop structures to increase digital self-determination and…  
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05.02.2021 | Trade, labour and social dialogue, Economy of tomorrow | News
Implications of automation for workers in Vietnam
 
The line between using technology to manage workers and using technology to control workers is a thin one. In an interview with FES, labour expert Dr Pham Thi Thu Lan, advocates for involving workers…  
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28.01.2021 | Publication
Traversing the Tightrope
 
An analysis by Syed Marwan, Ikmal Nordin and Ng Ming Yang on the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 and reform of social protection in Malaysia.  
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26.01.2021 | News
Artificial intelligence, data rights and the future of work
 
Together with Christina Colclough, we talk about algorithmic decision-making and ways forward for the labour movement in the Asia-Pacific region.  
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21.01.2021 | Networks for social democracy | News
25 years of partnership for democracy and social justice in Nepal
 
The FES Nepal team spoke with the first resident director, Heinz Bongartz, about opening the FES office in Kathmandu and the role of social democracy in the country now and then.  
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