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    The coronavirus pandemic has emphasized our need for solidarity and cooperation across borders, sectors and generations.


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  • August: Youth engagement for global action

    We are giving the stage to young people from across the world to highlight the issues they are fighting for and how they can contribute to global...


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  • June: Education under pressure

    The education experts we spoke to in this month's issue agree: education is under pressure, and we simply cannot go back to the way things were.


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29.09.2020

Care for those who take care of you: Domestic workers in Brazil

The inclusivity of Brazilian society is put to the test as the coronavirus pandemic highlights a labour sector ripe with historical and structural inequality: domestic work.


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29.09.2020

The Future of Work is now

A feminist perspective from the Middle East and North Africa on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.


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28.09.2020

Sketching visions of a decent future for care workers: The FES "Care to Join Us" global campaign

After COVID-19 we cannot accept to return to the status quo: A transformation and reorganization of the entire care system must be achieved.


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29.09.2020

A last chance for Italy's flawed democracy?

Italy finds itself at a crossroads. It is clear that inequality, democracy,...


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29.09.2020

The Future of Work is now

A feminist perspective from the Middle East and North Africa on the effects...


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28.09.2020

Sketching visions of a decent future for care workers: The FES "Care to Join Us" global campaign

After COVID-19 we cannot accept to return to the status quo: A...


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29.09.2020

Care for those who take care of you: Domestic workers in Brazil

The inclusivity of Brazilian society is put to the test as the coronavirus...


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28.09.2020

Consequences of the crisis

We need planetary thinking and international cooperation to solve pressing...


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27.09.2020

TV or not TV? How the pandemic affected education in Mongolia

After months of lockdown and classes taking place online or even on TV,...


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28.09.2020

What has lockdown meant for independent media in Eastern Europe?

FES Budapest assesses the impact of COVID-19 on the already beleaguered...


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03.03.2020

Family Laws in the MENA Region A Tool for Subordination

Farah Daibes expertly summarizes a study that dives deep into the origins...


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30.11.2019

A New Look at Capitalism and Democracy

A book review of Torben Iversen/David Soskice: Democracy and Prosperity:...


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