Networks for social democracy

A networked exchange and collective action driven by social democratic values make a more social Asia a future possibility.

We foster cooperation among different generations of politicians, scholars and activists through skill trainings, policy debates and periodicals to build social democratic alternatives in Asian countries belonging to the SocDem network.

Political spaces are shrinking. Through expert discussion we encourage comparative analysis of the trends that hamper political participation in Asia, and we support regional and international meetings by expert groups of progressive political actors.

This is a digital age. We engage in and encourage exchanges of social democratic ideas in Asia through online platforms to promote and grow a networked social democracy in a safe digital world.

News

  • 12.11.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News

    Role play brings policy-making to life for youth leaders in Mongolia

    Through a series of policy workshops in Mongolia, young political party supporters receive hands-on experience to work together and develop policy...

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  • 20.09.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News

    Are Timor Leste’s quotas for women in government a good thing? “Of course!” say female MPs

    In Timor Leste, progressive quotas for women in government are opening up new avenues for women in politics .

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  • 26.07.2018 | Networks for social democracy | News

    FES helps Philippines face challenges from climate change to workers’ rights to violent extremism

    The globalization of work, the tectonic shifts in geopolitics, and climate change are all having an impact on the archipelagic South-East Asian nation...

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