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Women suffer disproportionately from the violence plaguing Afghanistan. Their insights would be a valuable contribution to negotiations, and to...
More than a century has passed since Putri Mardika, Indonesia’s first ever women's organization, was established but challenges persist in the efforts...
China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) delivers a final blow to South Africa’s foreign policy claim to be the gateway to the African continent. As...
India's wariness towards China's Belt and Road Initiative comes with implications for New Delhi’s engagement with its neighbours. Sushant Singh, a...
China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is stretching out to affect regions not geographically linked to the actual project.
How can migration between Africa and Europe change between now and 2030? Here are four scenarios to improve our understanding today.
While China released its first policy positions towards Africa as early as 2006, Africa remains without a common policy on China’s business practices...
On how pragmatism is replacing values in the African-European relations and the expectations of the 2017 EU-AU Summit
The struggle for transparent governance can’t be divorced from the social and political climate in Africa, where governments and political elites...
Caracas (Venezuela) – "The Observatorio Económico could even go on to provide a less contentious platform for wider democratic reform" writes Michael...
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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.
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.
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