In this study for FES Prof. Robert Kappel analyses the economic relationship between the European Union and Africa and puts forward proposals for a...
At the annual meetings of the World Bank and IMF, the future of austerity will also be discussed.
Most companies disregard human rights in their supply chains. A German law may finally change that, says Franziska Korn at ips-journal.eu.
Germany has kept income inequality low by redistribution of wealth through taxes and transfers. Are there better ways to combat inequality?
We must not give companies control and power over our data. Parminder Jeet Singh explains what we need to do.
How this can be achieved was discussed by four guests of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in a webinar at the Global Solutions Summit.
The COVID-19 pandemic has a strong gender dimension. It is increasing women’s vulnerabilities and risks in their roles as workers and caregivers.
Highly dependent on demand from Europe and the United States, the economic impact of the Coronavirus will hit factory workers and especially women.
What does taxation have to do with Feminism? Magdalena Sepúlveda explains why tax justice also means gender justice.
In a new FES study Robert Kappel and Helmut Reisen analyse the impact of the CwA and give policy recommendations.
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