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29.05.2018 | In Pipeline

Book award honours economist attempting new answers to rising inequality

Former World Bank economist Branko Milanovic explains in a book for which he received this year Hans Matthöfer Prize how globalization has led to rising inequality in the majority of developing countries, the cause for mass…


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20.04.2018 | In Pipeline

Reasserting Union Strength in Asia – Trade Unions in Transformation

Trade union power is often described as fading away under the pressures of globalized markets and closing civic spaces. A photo story from a conference with trade unions from Asia and Global Union Federations captures how…


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28.03.2018 | In Pipeline

Women: A new awakening

Scroll through the first of three parts of "Women: A new awakening", an exhibition of historic campaign posters engaging women, by the Archives of Social Democracy


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27.02.2018 | In Pipeline

Riding the Silk Road – Discord and cooperation along the maritime route

China’s Belt and Road Initiative has stirred up diverging responses along its route in South Asia and the Horn of Africa. A photo story from a regional workshop captures possible avenues to reconcile them.


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29.11.2017 | In Pipeline

More unity and solidarity: Two things we need for migration governance in Africa

Current measures to govern labour migration are inadequate for countries suffering from long-standing development gaps and governance deficits.


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30.10.2017 | In Pipeline

Is socially inclusive and ecologically sustainable progress in Latin America attainable?

Two regional projects by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and partners in Latin America join forces to shape a new development pathway in a region with most unequal distribution of wealth and income on the planet.


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28.09.2017 | In Pipeline

Jakarta: an adventure in urban planning

Jakarta (Indonesia) - A city that earned its nickname after a malodorous fruit, Jakarta may hold long-term lessons for the growing numbers of megacities worldwide.


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28.07.2017 | In Pipeline

Shaping migration – justly and globally!

Ten messages sealed on postcards are part of a campaign by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung to promote a vision for the future where migration and mobility are shaped justly and globally.


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28.06.2017 | In Pipeline

Digital transformation – advantage for all?

Recording concluding session, featured Dr. Richard Barbrook of University of Westminster © Sebastian Glowinski / Mina Gerngross

A good digital society is more than technology was the main message of #digidemos the FES congress on digitalisation and democracy


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30.05.2017 | In Pipeline

Shaping up for climate action in Asia

To mitigate climate change, Asia needs to undergo a transition towards a low-carbon economy, suggests the climate team of FES in Asia, since May with a new coordinator heading up the team’s efforts


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