25.08.2019 | People, Popular Posts

Young Mozambicans are learning new ways to gain political traction

Over half of Mozambicans are 35 or younger, yet only a fraction vote. A youth platform is encouraging them to head to the ballot box, but also to get involved in other ways.


26.06.2019 | People, Popular Posts

Joining forces across different inequalities helps fight for change

More than 300 groups have joined a global alliance that advocates to change social and economic systems for a more just, equal and sustainable world.


25.06.2019 | People, Popular Posts

Illicit financial flows are bleeding African wealth

Illicit financial flows are depriving African countries of wealth from their natural resources. With governments slow to act, civil society must take urgent action.


29.05.2019 | People

Canada believes in and needs multilateralism

As we fight through conversations about pipelines and indigenous rights…we are actually putting the stones down for the new path the country will have to walk.


28.05.2019 | People, In Pipeline

“Nothing can replace personal connections across the Atlantic”

Photo by Dmitrii_Guzhanin

A global network keeps dialogue open across the Atlantic in uncertain times.


29.04.2019 | People, In Pipeline

FES monitor takes the pulse of EU social democracy ahead of Parliament polls

Progressive parties overshadowed by polarization, fragmentation and nationalism ahead of EU polls in May.


28.04.2019 | People, Popular Posts

True cooperation with the EU could catalyse the development of a new Africa

The youth of Africa envisions a future where the EU dismantles the power dynamics that have hindered Africa and its development.


27.03.2019 | People, In Pipeline

The youth, wherever they come from, are the best placed to face the challenges of the new society

Amine Kharrat. Illustration by iStockphoto/bo68

With migration youth seek opportunities unavailable at home, and those from less prosperous areas see it as the only way to achieve an upward social mobility.


26.03.2019 | People

African youth want and need political stability

Judicaelle Irakoze. Photo by FES

"We can not address the migration crisis without analysing the roots [of it], and the overall [root] of it is political instability, which goes with poverty."


27.11.2018 | People

African countries deserve an enhanced climate ambition

Africa expects transparency in climate finance and better access to know-how to better face climate change.


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