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26.06.2019

Joining forces across different inequalities helps fight for change

More than 300 groups have joined a global alliance that advocates to change social and economic systems for a more just, equal and sustainable world.


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25.06.2019

With 12 years left for the 2030 Agenda, a spotlight on progress so far

The 2030 Agenda is an unprecedented piece of global development policy, in its origins, objectives and structure. But with 12 years left on the clock, how is it performing? FES takes a peek into the upcoming Spotlight Report to find out.


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25.06.2019

Illicit financial flows are bleeding African wealth

Illicit financial flows are depriving African countries of wealth from their natural resources. With governments slow to act, civil society must take urgent action.


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28.05.2019

Transatlantic partnership in disarray: a problem of style or substance?

Experts from both sides of the Atlantic discuss the future of transatlantic partnership considering the world order of the past 80 years and its apparent breakdown.


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28.05.2019

A global transatlantic network combats far-right propaganda and extremism

Every year, members of an international network from both sides of the Atlantic meet to plan steps and strategies to combat right-wing extremism globally.


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28.04.2019

True cooperation with the EU could catalyse the development of a new Africa

The youth of Africa envisions a future where the EU dismantles the power dynamics that have hindered Africa and its development.


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29.03.2019

Return to Afghanistan looks into the many faces of displacement and migration

No two refugees’ stories are the same, but they all tell of resilience, hope, and challenges—sometimes—overcome.


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28.03.2019

At a global summit, youth make a stab at collective and global change

In March 2019, the Young Global Changers Summer School brought young people from 60 countries together to work on global challenges.


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25.09.2018

Make the United Nations patriotic again? Donald Trump at the General Assembly

In a reshaped multilateral order, democracy on the national and global levels are mutually reinforcing and a reformed, well-resourced and more democratic UN is at the centre.


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25.09.2018

Extracting value: Banks, the mining industry and access to justice

The global extractives industry is under increasing pressure to rein in its widespread violations of labour, environmental and human rights.


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  • 25.06.2019

    We can do better for an equal, sustainable and fair world

    The Spotlight Report on Sustainable Development is an independent annual report that assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the 2030 Agenda.

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  • 25.06.2019

    With 12 years left for the 2030 Agenda, a spotlight on progress so far

    The 2030 Agenda is an unprecedented piece of global development policy, in its origins, objectives and structure. But with 12 years left on the clock,...

    more

  • 28.05.2019

    Transatlantic partnership in disarray: a problem of style or substance?

    Experts from both sides of the Atlantic discuss the future of transatlantic partnership considering the world order of the past 80 years and its...

    more

  • 28.05.2019

    A global transatlantic network combats far-right propaganda and extremism

    Every year, members of an international network from both sides of the Atlantic meet to plan steps and strategies to combat right-wing extremism...

    more

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    Globalization and justice: Not yet an equation

    Fair working conditions and environmentally sustainable production need to be fostered by trade policy, and climate protection targets should be made...

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