"The transformation that the Paris Agreement calls for so urgently will only secure broad-based public support if there is a narrowing of socioeconomic inequalities".
International brands and competition on foreign direct investment are pushing labour standards to the bottom, a new study by FES Vietnam shows
The ever-growing automotive sector of emerging countries nurtures hopes and concerns for the future, reports a new study by FES
For a socially and gender just society, a universal social protection system cannot overlook the need for quality and affordable social services
New report by SIPRI and FES sheds light on the wider security dynamics of the Silk Road Economic Belt and EU–China cooperation prospects
Neo-liberalization, globalization, digitalization and post-modern identity formation ― can social democracy deal with these challenges or has it become obsolete?
On the Hungarian law governing referendums and how they have been abused by the government of Victor Orbán to dismantle direct democracy in Hungary
Stories, thoughts and activities in the life of 49 thinkers of social democracy tell the history of social democracy, now also eternalized in typo quotes.
Reclaiming inequality as the core aspect of feminism, a political feminist agenda can change reactive politics
The diversity in feminist positions, especially on grounds of how patriarchy has arisen and how it should be challenged and defeated requires to move away from a monolithic engagement against it
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