Events of FES China

Event: Social Justice and Trade Unions

Conference on “Digitalization and Labor Rights”

On November 25th, the conference on “Digitalization and Labor Rights – Challenges to Labor Law by new Work Relations in a Digital Era”was held in Beijing.

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Event: Society and Politics

Seminar on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development

On November 16th, the seminar on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development was held in Beijing.

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Event: Society and Politics

Prof. Dr. Rosa: Social Acceleration in Germany and China

The leading German sociologist Professor Hartmut Rosa introduces his theory of "Social Acceleration"

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Event: Social Justice and Trade Unions

XIII International Form on Social Security – Global Social Security and Economic Development

XIII International Form on Social Security – Global Social Security and Economic Development, Nanjing, September 15–17

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Event: Society and Politics

Big Data in China and Germany – A Challenge for Governance and Society

A Chinese-German symposium about the field of tensions between economic innovation and personal rights in the era of big data, jointly organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Shanghai Representative Office (FES) and the Shanghai Institute of Administrative Law.

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Event: Regional and International Affairs

Lectures on the German general elections 2017 by Dr. Simon Franzmann

FES Beijing Representative Office and the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) invited Dr. Simon Franzmann from Heinrich-Heine University at Dusseldorf to hold a series of lectures at academic institutions and China International Radio.

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Event: Society and Politics

The 8th Sino-German Forum on Constitutional Law – Taxation in German and Chinese Constitutional Law

As every year since its inauguration in 2010, the Forum on Sino-German Constitutional Law is a unique occasion for Chinese and German academics to exchange ideas and enter in discussion about topics related to constitutional law in both systems. This year’s focus lay on taxation in German and Chinese constitutional law.

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