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Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

Towards a Framework of Universal Sustainability Goals as Part of a Post-2015 Agenda – Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives

FES Berlin, May 2013; FES Shanghai November 2013

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As contribution to the current debate on a post-2015 development agenda and its consolidation with the UN sustainability agenda, the Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives proposes a political framework for global sustainability goals.

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Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

Updating EU's Energy and Climate Policy – New Targets for the Post-2020 Period

Severin Fischer, Oliver Geden; FES Berlin, October 2013; FES Shanghai October 2013

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Even if the outcome by the year 2012 remains ambivalent, the EU's integrated energy and climate policy as well as its quantitative targets for 2020 proved the Union's ability to act. A serious discussion of the energy and climate strategy for the post-2020 period will begin in 2014 at the latest.

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Publication: Social Justice and Trade Unions

Understanding Multiple Discrimination against Labour Migrants in Asia

Sohoon Lee and Nicola Piper; FES Berlin, June 2013; FES Shanghai, August 2013

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The paper refers to the multiplicity of discriminatory mechanisms that face female labour migrants in Asia.

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Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

Green jobs in Asia – achievements, strategies and potentials

Rainer Quitzow, Wu, Libo; Klaus Jacob; FES Berlin, July 2013

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Overview of development trends and environmental performance as well as policy strategies to promote green growth in seven Asian countries — China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Publication: Regional and International Affairs

BRICS in Global Governance - A Progressive and Cooperative Force?

Niu Haibin; FES Berlin, September 2013; FES Shanghai July 2013

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The acronym BRICS stands for the five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. This paper analyses their growing influence on the international decision making process.

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Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

The economy of tomorrow – how to produce socially just, sustainable and green dynamic growth for a good society

Marc Saxer; FES Thailand, December 2013; FES Shanghai, May 2013

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The Economy of Tomorrow Project (EoT) brings together Asian economic thinkers with their counterparts from Europe to explore questions on how to move their respective societies onto a path of resilient economic growth.

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Publication: Social Justice and Trade Unions

Globalising Labour Relations: On Track with Framework Agreements?

Michael Fichter et al.; FES Berlin, May 2013; FES Shanghai, May 2013

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The paper elaborates on the challenge for trade unions - locally or nationally organised entities - to respond to the transnational regulation gap in labour relations.

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Publication: Sustainable Growth Model

Social Growth: Model of a Progressive Economic Policy

FES Berlin, March 2013; FES Shanghai

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The paper analyzes the economic concept of "social growth" which seeks to combine prosperity for all with sustainability as well as justice and is therefore aimed at reducing inequality.

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Publication: Society and Politics

德国政治参与 的形式 (Formen der politischen Partizipation in Deutschland)

Autor: Hofmann, Harald FES Shanghai 2013

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Dieser Beitrag stellt in einem Überblick die unterschiedlichen Formen der Partizipation der Einwohner an politischen Entscheidungen und Prozessen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland dar.

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Publication: Regional and International Affairs

The current situation of the Centre-Left in Europe

Ernst Hillebrand; FES Shanghai, December 2012

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Against the backdrop of declining power of centre-left parties in EU-governments during the last decade, Dr. Ernst Hillebrand, Head of the International Policy Analysis Unit of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, analyses recent developments as well as future prospects of centre-left parties in Europe.

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