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28.12.2019

The global fight against climate change: few countries are slowing us all down!

Article 6 could inspire countries to increase the ambition of their national targets at best. At worst, weak rules for Article 6 will encourage…


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01.12.2019

The regional meeting for the Migrant Domestic Workers in the MENA region

The meeting was attended by 10 leaders representing 8 domestic workers’ groups from the MENA region. From the 10 leaders, 9 are MDWs (8 females and 1…


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31.10.2019

Order to the Chaos: Understanding and addressing the intersecting conflicts in the MENA region

On the sidelines of the FES Peace and Security Summer Academy, FES MENA interviewed Joost Hiltermann, the Program Director, Middle East & North…


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31.10.2019

Syria’s reconstruction must take a wider view of housing, land and property rights

The Syrian efforts at reconstruction must be careful to avoid perpetuating the inequities that contributed to the conflict in the first place. A key…


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18.10.2019

Franziska Wehinger: Non-state Actors are More Important Than Ever in Climate Change

FES MENA interviewed Franziska Wehinger, the Climate and Energy Regional Project at Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung in the MENA region to talk about FES and…


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FES advice to decentralized solar

An Arabic article about the regional climate and Energy project at Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) in partnership with EDAMA and SolarPower Europe…


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15.07.2019

How electric mobility can succeed

In addition to Norway, Jordan is considered a world pioneer of electric mobility.


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Succesful Launch of the Study "Gender in Public Transport" - How the lack of safe and reliable public transport affects women's lifes

By Jordan Times. AMMAN — The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and SADAQA, an organisation that promotes women’s economic rights, have recently released…


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