In the past years, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung reviewed its long-standing work on gender equality worldwide and now it is spearheading a regional...
Social integration was at the center of a discussion on migration by advocates of social justice at the “Europe Calling” debate series.
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Seoul (R. Korea) – In the fight against socioeconomic injustice, cities have a decisive political responsibility and the Seoul Declaration on Decent...
Nairobi (Kenya) – Amid the beauty surrounding Kenya’s capital is an acute shortage for affordable housing.
The people in Afghanistan and Pakistan share the same social values and perceptions—this surprising result questions the interpretation of the violent...
New York (NY) – Global report Spotlight assesses how privatization and corporate capture have become obstacles to progress under the 2030 Agenda
During the G20 Summit in Hamburg, representatives from indebted countries will discuss with G20 members how to deal with debt crisis.
Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) – “Africa and Europe need each other but this mutuality is also in urgent need of redefinition so that it is not played out at...
In Latin America we need to avoid that the digital revolution aggravates or consolidates the asymmetrical international division of labour, recommends...
In the absence of any re-skilling initiatives for workers, suggests Keith Jacobs of UNI Global Union, digitalisation of work practices will have...
A joint reflection on the translation of fundamental rights into the digitalised world implies that we maintain the vibrancy of our social...
Although Latin American countries contribute relatively little to global CO2 emissions, energy consumption has been rising corresponding with the...
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"If there has ever been a moment in history with the greatest opportunity to achieve the creation of an intergovernmental tax organization, I would say it is precisely now."
To counter the adverse effects of digital structural change, we need an inclusive digitalisation strategy
Agronomist Sigrun Neuwerth explains the development of new agricultural policies in Germany, Europe and Latin America and digitalisation
Jean Pierre Tsiaze Fozang, a mayor from Cameroon’s western region, speaks about the increasing inequality between urban and rural areas with regard to their access to electricity
It seems like the slogan "Now more than ever!" is the new guiding principle for more global climate action, writes Manuela Matthess from FES Berlin in the wake of the Bonn Climate Change Conference
Our guest contribution for this month with insights on the role of women in Kenya’s trade unionism and the need for a more structural female labour empowerment
Do Quynh Chi, author of a recently released country study on trade regimes and labour standards in Vietnam shares personal insights on what motivated her to engage
From being on the dole to chairperson of Hamburg's German Trade Union Confederation – up close and personal with Katja Karger
"The organization of care work tells you a lot about the state of human dignity in a society."
Nisren Habib on the sexual violence in mass housing, the concerns of refugee women and the possibilities to support their integration.
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“Despite being an investors’ darling, India’s employment generation track record has been disappointing”
"The transformation that the Paris Agreement calls for so urgently will only secure broad-based public support if there is a narrowing of...
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...
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...
Reclaiming inequality as the core aspect of feminism, a political feminist agenda can change reactive politics
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