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To really leave no one behind

Hanoi's migrant manual workers keep the city running, but their already precarious work and living conditions have worsened during the pandemic.


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Tina Blohm

Seize the Change – Transnational Tactics for Labour Movements

How labour movements can use legal tactics and tools that result from a shift from voluntary forms of corporate social responsibility to mandatory...


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Protecting Human Rights in Supply Chains: Lessons from Bangladesh

In cooperation with the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, FES provides a new perspective showing how industry initiatives can help...


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How COVID-19 fuels the digital gender divide

It is high time to act and re-imagine our digital future in Asia.


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Who will foot the bill?

Global tax havens are still siphoning off vast sums of money. As Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc, the EU needs to step up. More on ips-journal.eu.


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17.11.2020

The State of Tax Justice 2020 - Tax Justice in the Time of Covid

For the first time, a report documents tax losses using OECD transparency data on multinational corporations’ financial affairs.


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Redefining Europe-Africa Relations

In this study for FES Prof. Robert Kappel analyses the economic relationship between the European Union and Africa and puts forward proposals for a...


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15.10.2020

The other second wave

At the annual meetings of the World Bank and IMF, the future of austerity will also be discussed.


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How Germany plans to uphold human rights in supply chains

Most companies disregard human rights in their supply chains. A German law may finally change that, says Franziska Korn at ips-journal.eu.


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15.07.2020

Is redistribution necessary to reduce inequality?

Germany has kept income inequality low by redistribution of wealth through taxes and transfers. Are there better ways to combat inequality?


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