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It is difficult to deny the many benefits that come with a green energy revolution. But rationality alone won’t drive this revolution. As part of this...
First in this month’s special series on the work by FES and partners on climate change and energy policy, we peek into the transformation of the...
Over a year after the Paris climate summit, Europe has to come together and take the lead once more. Reform of the European emissions trading system...
Economic interests alone should not be the driving forces of trade policy
How can workers fight the increasing pressure from globalized supply chains?
“We need to be more ambitious about international standards and ensuring long-term commitments to worker safety and living wages”
A project by FES tells stories of successful trade union action around the globe
A trade union action in Uganda is among the successful stories of trade unions in transformation documented by the Global Trade Union Team of FES
Yaoundé (Cameroon) - Over half of the 22 million population employs domestic workers and the figures demonstrate an urgent need to support care...
New York City (USA) - FES joined this year’s session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) with a delegation of eight...
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Following up on last month’s focus on political education and populism comes a contribution by a former FES intern in Thailand on populism and its implications for security and stability
An interview with Dr Werunga from the East African Centre for Security and Strategic Studies
The European peace project used to address peace between nations and it now needs to address peace within European society, says Prof. Ursula Schröder in an interview with FES Connect
Ana Gabriel Zúñiga Aponte, Vice-minister of Costa Rica on political participation, the inclusion of youth in the politics and her experiences as alumni of Agentes de Cambio.
"The relationship FES had with South Africa at a critical time in our history made me more intrigued about all that I could benefit from the programme"
Our guest contribution for the month with considerations on the context of political education in Kenya and the challenges to overcome
A conversation on the opposition to feminist movements in Germany rising alongside authoritarianism and right-wing populism worldwide.
Two issues down the road and we have our first guest contribution with considerations on why we need conscious learning and awareness to contest gender inequality.
Interview with documentary filmmaker Zafari on his work with FES, his latest movie on migration and the debates and experiences by Afghan youth
Experiences by Dalia Dada, participant at a seminar series on democracy education
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The diversity in feminist positions, especially on grounds of how patriarchy has arisen and how it should be challenged and defeated requires to move...
The "success stories" of integration policy tell of effective self-organizing. A brief survey of three central areas of integration – housing, work,...
Using ethnographic examples, anthropologist Ruben Andersson in this study goes against the grain of conventional approaches to migration as "crisis"...
Professor Oltmer introduces historical and other complexities of migration to answer why Germany has so often been the destination of flight in the...
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