FES MENA Blog

Climate For Justice

Our FES experts, partners and guest contributors from Rabat to Teheran and from Beirut to Khartoum will share their insights from the ground and offer food for thought as we jointly attempt to understand the repercussions of the protests started in this region 10 years ago.

The views expressed in this blog series are not necessarily those of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.


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22.05.2020 | Blog

Violences contre les femmes en temps de confinement en Algérie

Vivre l’enfermement est souvent une expérience traumatisante. Vivre l’enfermement en temps de pandémie, d’incertitude, de crise protéiforme est très...


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22.05.2020 | Blog

Violence against women in times of confinement in Algeria

Living in confinement is often a traumatic experience. Living in confinement in times of pandemic, uncertainty, protean crisis is very difficult and...


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19.05.2020 | Blog

Le Maroc sous COVID -19

Les pays du monde entier font face aux répercussions de l'épidémie Covid-19, en fonction de leurs besoins et de leur capacité de réaction....


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An internally displaced Syrian girl wears a face mask as members of the Syrian Civil defence sanitize the Bab Al-Nour internally displaced persons camp, to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Azaz, Syria March 26, 2020. © REUTERS/Khal
15.05.2020 | Blog

Covid-19 in Syria: A Crisis Within a Crisis

What started in Syria as calls for bread, freedom, and justice in 2011 turned into a full-fledged civil war. Nine years later, multiple local,...


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12.05.2020 | Blog

Sudan: COVID-19 under the US Sanctions

Three weeks ago, as a member of the steering committee of the Sudanese Civil Society Confederation, we started a discussion on our Whatsapp group on...


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Masked riot police are confronted by one of many protesters who broke lockdown to protest deteriorating living conditions in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, April 28, 2020 -Copyright AP Photo/Hussein Malla
12.05.2020 | Blog

Social Distancing as a Class Privilege: The Case of Lebanon

The lockdown measures instituted by governments in many countries impacted by the coronavirus spread have resulted in the emergence of a parallel, if...


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07.05.2020 | Blog

L'économie algérienne à l'épreuve du Covid-19 : Faudra-t-il tout réinventer ?

L'Algérie affronte la crise du Covid-19 dans une conjoncture particulière : un mouvement de protestation, entamé depuis février 2019, a écarté les...


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07.05.2020 | Blog

The Last Daycare Standing

Jordan’s caregivers at breaking point.


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27.04.2020 | Blog

Work in the Time of Coronavirus

In a time of global pandemic, the Palestinian economy has been put on lockdown. Without financial safety net, workers seem to be in for a fight for...


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23.04.2020 | Blog

What Comes Next? A Socioeconomic Snapshot of Lebanon under Corona Lockdown

The corona crisis could not have come at a worse time for Lebanon: an economy on the brink of collapse, debt default, a rapidly devaluating currency...


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