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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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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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