Events of FES China

Event: Regional and International Affairs

How to re-energize the G20? – China's Presidency in 2016

On April 23rd and 24th researchers and experts from China and abroad met at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) to discuss the G20 six years after the start of the Global Financial Crisis and against the background of China’s coming G20 presidency in 2016.

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Event: Regional and International Affairs

Launch of joint FES-SIIS publication „China and the G20“

After almost two years of work by many people, the book China and the G20 - The Interplay Between an Emerging Power and an Emerging Institution, was published in mid-April 2015.

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Event: Social Justice and Trade Unions

Equal opportunities and the compatibility of family and career

Dr. Christina Klenner, head of the department on gender studies at the German Hans-Böckler-Foundation, delivered several lectures during her stay in Shanghai on April 16/17.

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Event: Sustainable Growth Model

The 3rd Dialogue on Sustainable Development

The Dialogue on Sustainable Development was held in Germany for the first time and was dedicated to the topic of safeguarding a cohesive society.

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Event: Sustainable Growth Model

Lectures on Inequality and Growth in OECD and Emerging Economies

In the course of several lectures held at different economic and political research institutions in Shanghai on March 25 and 26, Prof Dr Hansjörg Herr und Dr Michael Dauderstädt presented theoretical and empirical findings regarding the relation between inequality and growth, both in developed countries as well as in emerging market economies.

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Event: Regional and International Affairs

Consultation and Dialogue – Foreign, Economic and Social Political Challenges in Germany and China

From March 9th to March 11th 2015, a delegation headed by Achim Post, Member of German parliament and Secretary General of the Party of European Socialists (PES), consisting of members of the international department of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung headquarters Berlin were in Beijing and Nanjing to exchange views on foreign, economic and social political challenges in Germany and China.

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