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28.02.2020 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

The future of work: A future without women?

Eight country studies shed light on the challenges and chances the 4th Industrial Revolution poses for female labourers.


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11.10.2019 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

The rising need for care demands new policies for decent jobs

Policies need to address the rising need for care and to ensure decent work in the care economy of Asia.


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29.04.2019 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

Asian feminists on building bridges between women’s rights and labour rights

At a regional dialogue in Dhaka, feminists, political economist and women’s rights and labour activists focus on recognition of care work and stronger...


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05.04.2019 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Uniting feminists and workers in the struggle for decent work

Bringing the women’s and workers’ movements together is a challenging task that one of the working groups as part of a regional project on feminism in...


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Sunday, 07.04.19 - Nordic Club, Dhaka | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | Event, News

Women’s rights are workers’ rights

How can women’s and workers’ movements be brought together? Members of the network “Political Feminism in Asia” are to meet in Bangladesh to share...


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18.02.2019 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

“Let’s smash patriarchy one movie at a time”

A movie-rating app developed by a group of feminists from across Asia aims to give space for feminist critique of the mainstream movie industry in the...


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21.11.2018 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

“Only long-term community activism leads to change”

The feminist network Political Feminism in Asia, a regional project by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, met in Penang to deliberate direction for joint...


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25.07.2018 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Feminism under construction: A push for new alliances in Asia

FES helps building new alliances that can bring feminist visions into the mainstream.


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Mylene D. Hega, Veronica C. Alporha and Meggan S. Evangelista | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

Feminism and the womens' movement in the Philippines

This study on the Philippine Women Movement(s) gives special attention to the struggles of women during different historical events and political...


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Gadis Arivia and Nur Iman Subono | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

A Hundred Years of Feminism in Indonesia

This study deals with the rise of feminism in Indonesia which started a century ago.


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04.03.2018 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

From the drawing board to reality

Political Feminism in Asia, a regional project by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung brings together feminist groups for joint action across the region.


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Sohela Nazneen | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

The Women’s Movement in Bangladesh

The study traces the history of women’s movements in Bangladesh and discusses its achievements amidst the rapidly changing economic and political...


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16.06.2017 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | 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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Duanghathai Buranajaroenkij | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | 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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05.01.2017 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

How big is "Half of the Sky"?

Shanghai (China) - First comprehensive study on Feminism in China is now available to a global audience in English, with a Chinese edition to follow...


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21.12.2016 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

New project: Feminist answers to persisting social inequalities

A looming slowdown of global trade triggers social issues. A comeback of conservatism cements persistent inequalities: Those are the challenges of the...


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Shen Yifei | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | 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, #FeministAsia | 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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23.09.2016 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Meanwhile in India: Why all that fuss about Feminism?

New Delhi (India) – Shiva and his consort Parvati* in discussion on feminism in a new comic by FES India to mark the launch of their country study as...


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23.09.2016 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Political Feminism for Social Justice

Gender equality is a core value of social justice and therefore an essential part of FES programmes.


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Dr. Rubina Saigol | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

Feminism and the Women Movement in Pakistan

The study captures the history and current debates of the feminist movement in Pakistan today.


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  • 28.02.2020 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

    The future of work: A future without women?

    Eight country studies shed light on the challenges and chances the 4th Industrial Revolution poses for female labourers.

    more information

  • 11.10.2019 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

    The rising need for care demands new policies for decent jobs

    Policies need to address the rising need for care and to ensure decent work in the care economy of Asia.

    more information

  • 29.04.2019 | #FeministAsia, Gender and social justice | News

    Asian feminists on building bridges between women’s rights and labour rights

    At a regional dialogue in Dhaka, feminists, political economist and women’s rights and labour activists focus on recognition of care work and stronger...

    more information

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