Latest news and events from Asia

22.06.2022

Transformative strategies towards gender equality in trade unions

Tools and strategies for change and sustaining progress towards gender equality in trade unions.
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21.06.2022

Asia’s growing sense of a European pull back since Ukraine

Lay Hwee Yeo answers questions about the larger implications of the war in Ukraine on the Asia-Pacific region.
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14.06.2022

Impacts of the Ukraine war on Southeast Asia

Charmaine Misalucha-Willougby answers questions about the larger implications of the war in Ukraine on the Asia-Pacific region.
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07.06.2022

"Europe and Asia are not separate theatres"

Raja Mohan answers four questions about the larger implications of the war in Ukraine on the Asia-Pacific region.
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07.06.2022

Regional Exchange Platform: Transforming Asia's cities

Register to join practitioners, policymakers and researchers from across Asia in a discussion of challenges and opportunities for transforming cities in the region.
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02.06.2022

Toolkit for gender transformative communication

Featuring best practices and common pitfalls of communications within international cooperation.
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26.05.2022

The blue economy in the Indo-Pacific

An analysis of traditional and non-traditional security threats and contextualization of the geopolitical and economic situation in the Indo-Pacific.
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24.05.2022

The crucial role of Filipino women in the country’s road to peace

With spaces for dialogues and leadership expanding in government and civil society, women in the Philippines have taken up the role of peace leaders and are contributing extraordinary work to the peace process in the country.
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18.05.2022

Op-ed: Pakistan’s perspective on the evolving situation in Afghanistan

Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry shares his views on the developments in Afghanistan and the role of the international community since the Taliban takeover in August 2021.
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12.05.2022

A new chapter for villages in Asia

Rural and urban areas are connected in ways that cannot be dissolved or ignored. They are economically, socially, and environmentally interlinked spaces. But as the world is becoming more urbanized, rural areas are often being left behind – at the peril of both.
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02.05.2022

Unregulated platformization of labour is undermining workers’ rights

Platform work is providing much needed employment to many. But bereft of decent working conditions, blue collar workers in the digital economy are fast becoming the face of an exploited workforce and changing landscape of labour.
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27.04.2022

China and the global financial architecture

China is a critical component of the global financial architecture as both a member of the international institutions and as an institution-builder. Our latest report addresses the question of where to find areas of common interest in which to work with China, encouraging it to be a productive and engaged partner in the global order.
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25.04.2022

Gender justice through digital rights and data

Opportunities and threats of digitalization for women in the COVID-19 crisis. Reflections from Asia as part of the FES W7-blog.
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20.04.2022

Young people energize the just transition in the Philippines

FES Philippines forms Youth for Just Transition Network to engage young people from different backgrounds in the shift from coal to renewable energy.
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07.04.2022

Fighting gender bias in Mongolian political news coverage

The lack of women's representation in political news coverage is global. But journalists and newsrooms in Mongolia have started to work to break the gender bias in media.
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