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13.07.2020 | News

A new generation of politicians in Mongolia

On 24 June 2020, the ruling centre-left Mongolian People’s Party (MPP) defended its super majority. One of the reasons for the MPP’s success was the...


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09.07.2020 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | Event, News

Web Talk Series – Decent work for all: A post-COVID union agenda

Event announcement: The debate over the post-COVID future is in full swing. Join us to discuss the agenda for trade unions and social justice across...


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02.07.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News

Human rights in the Afghan peace process

The Afghan peace process is at a crossroads. Violence is escalating, human rights workers and civilians are targeted, and rights abuses are...


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19.06.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Dignity and recognition for care workers in Asia

Human survival requires care work, yet paid and unpaid care work still lack recognition. An FES working group on the future of the care economy has...


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16.06.2020 | Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Call for Papers: Post-Corona Visions for the Future of Work in Asia

Become part of our research and policy network and help us rethink the future of work in Asia during and after COVID-19. Take a look at our focus...


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22.05.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Out now: Women and the Future of the Digital Economy in Asia

A new FES study investigates how women in Asia are affected by digitalization and automation and explores feminist perspectives on the digital economy...


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04.05.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

New FES study: Women and the Future of Care Work in Asia

Around the world, women conduct the majority of (un)paid care work. In Asia, the care sector is particularly large. A new FES study investigates what...


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08.04.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News

Indonesia’s Global Maritime Fulcrum & China’s Belt Road Initiative: A match made at sea?

China has become Indonesia’s largest trading partner and its third largest foreign investor. Indonesia’s Global Maritime Fulcrum and China’s Belt Road...


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02.04.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Web discussion: The digital economy in Asia - Feminist perspectives

A web discussion on "The digital economy in Asia - Feminist perspectives" was hosted by FES Asia, WIDE+ and IT for Change with more than 100...


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01.04.2020 | Cooperation for Peace and Security | News

Analysis: The Belt and Road Initiative in Malaysia

China’s geopolitics and geoeconomics are challenged by democratic transformation. Looking closely at the example of Malaysia, Sergio Grassi, analyses...


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24.03.2020 | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | News

Digital justice for the next billion users

Payal Arora, author of “The Next Billion Users. Digital Life beyond the West” shares her views on digital justice and how it relates to the digital...


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17.03.2020 | News

Are universities ready to meet the demand of the labour market?

Bangladesh’s higher education is deteriorating. Extensive reforms are necessary for universities to better respond to the demands of the labour...


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11.03.2020 | #CLSPlus, Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Social partnerships for a just future world of work

Lifelong learning and vocational training are at the center of the the Regional Tripartite Social Dialogue Conference (RTSDC), held for the 10th time...


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09.03.2020 | #CLSPlus, Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

No more race to the bottom – A Model Labour Chapter to enforce labour standards

By including enforceable labour standards in trade agreements, trade deals will also benefit workers. This Model Labour Chapter for European Union...


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06.03.2020 | #CLSPlus, Trade, labour and social dialogue | News

Decent work for all – How do we get there?

To make decent working conditions and inclusive development a reality for all, industrial policy can play a key role in the Asia-Pacific region.


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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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08.01.2020 | Climate change | News

"Governments failed us at COP25"

As governments show insufficient signs of comprehensively addressing the climate emergency, civil society must step up efforts to make sure their...


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FES in Asia

This website gives you regular updates of FES regional projects and activities across our Asia country offices.

It offers news articles on current debates and a range of research publications and policy briefs to download.  

Publications

  • Maria Dolores Picot and Kerstin Spath | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

    Women and the Future of the Digital Economy in Asia

    This paper investigates how women in Asia are affected by digitalization and automation and explores feminist perspectives on the digital economy.

     

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  • Anna Julia Fiedler | #FutureWork4All | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

    Women and the Future of Care Work in Asia

    This study analyses care and welfare policies and its impact on women in Asia.

     

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  • Peter-Tobias Stoll, Henner Gött, Patrick Abel | #CLSPlus, Trade, labour and social dialogue | Publication

    Model labour chapter for European Union trade agreements

    Free trade agreements can lead to lower labour standards due to stronger competition and price pressure. By including enforceable labour standards in...

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