Monthly focus

30.03.2018

April: Building stronger trade unions

As we prepare to mark the International Workers' Day on May 1, we’ll look into activities by FES and partners to build stronger trade unions and...


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28.03.2018

March: A new awakening; regarding gender & politics; for Marielle Franco!

Discussions, news and updates from the world of FES and partners talking ways to politicize gender debates and incite new forms of political action...


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23.02.2018

February: Riding the Silk Road

Infrastructural linkages can transform political economies, change rules of the game and massively impact how countries deal with conflicts


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15.12.2017

December: Twinkle, twinkle #marx2018!

A double December/January issue comes with a little quiz surprise, in celebration of Karl Marx's 200th birthday in 2018.


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29.11.2017

November: EU-African Union Summit, what’s in it for Africa?

On occasion of the African Union-European Union Summit in November and Germany's decision to declare 2017 an “Africa-Year”, we bring perspectives by...


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30.10.2017

October: FES work in Latin America and the Caribbean

Uruguay sells cannabis, a rookie union in Chile takes over a coffee behemoth and more from FES in Latin America and the Caribbean


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31.07.2017

September: social rights and cities

Who are the makers of our cities?


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31.07.2017

August: FES summer reads

A special edition with different book recommendations by youth in the international network of FES.


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29.06.2017

July: global governance and social democracy

Good global governance needs just policies


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31.05.2017

June: digitalisation, networks and labour

A good digital society is more than technology!


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