Gender and social justice

We apply an intersectional approach, to understand how globalization and economic change affect the way different forms of discrimination combine, overlap, and intersect, in the experiences of different people, especially those of marginalized people or groups.

We support activism and advocacy for equality and justice. We think women’s political participation, a more critical focus on decent work for all, and more emphasis on gender-just economic models are key to strengthening women in Asia.

We sensitise and support governments at national and regional level. We strive to reconnect issues and actors and build strategic alliances to promote policies and programmes that achieve equal opportunities for all. 

News

  • 16.06.2017 | Gender and social justice | News

    New Asia-wide platform for feminist dialogue

    Singapore (Singapore)—Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung starts FutureLab to unite feminists across Asia through a regional platform

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  • 25.05.2017 | Gender and social justice | News

    Gender justice in Thailand: working towards the inclusion of all

    Bangkok (Thailand) – Women's rights face ongoing challenges in Thailand, including persistent stereotyping and a range of oppressions, according to a...

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  • 28.04.2017 | Gender and social justice | News

    Interview: The gender pay gap in Pakistan

    Islamabad (Pakistan) ― We need to connect and create synergies between the women’s movement and struggles with existing labour movements in the...

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Publications

  • Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij | Gender and social justice | Publication

    Political feminism and the women's movement in Thailand

    In recent years, challenges caused by social and political unrest and conflicts over natural resources and the environment have had an impact on the...

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  • Shen Yifei | Gender and social justice | Publication

    Feminism in China: An Analysis of Advocates, Debates and Strategies

    State feminism as enforced by the Communist Party of China (CCP) after the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, has brought enormous...

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  • Dr Vibhuti Patel, Radhika Khajuria | Gender and social justice | Publication

    Political Feminism in India: An Analysis of Actors, Debates and Strategies

    The vocabulary of Feminism today is unfortunately more disengaging then engaging.

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