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71. The Ongoing Struggle for Bread and Roses  
This article revisits the History of Women’s Day in the world and the MENA region and calls for the re-politicization of IWD.  
02.03.2023 | Events | Events
FES and the IFI bring together experts from and beyond the MENA-region to discuss the effects of global developments on the region in Beirut
The Regional Peace & Security Project in Beirut, together with its partner IFI (Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut) organized the first edition of the Beirut Security Debates…  
27.02.2023 | Events | Events
IMF Growth Forecasting and Debt Sustainability in the MENA region
The economic and fiscal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic led to a drastic deterioration of the debt situation in developing countries.  
74. How Consumer Patriarchy Succeeds in Fooling us Every Time  
Whenever I grow tired of the heated Twitter discussions, I flee to Instagram to hide there for a while.  
75. Letting the Fox into the Henhouse  
Oil boss Al Jaber has been appointed president of the next climate conference. Still, we should not boycott the COP but redouble our climate efforts.  
06.02.2023 | Blog | Blog
COP27: Climate Justice without Climate Action
Before the summit, the COP27 presidency declared its goal to achieve progress on all major issues of climate action: Mitigating climate change and reducing carbon emissions, adapting to climate…  
77. COP comes to MENA: The UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt  
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Regional Climate and Energy Project P.O. Box 941876 Amman 11194, Jordan +962 6 500 83 35 +962 6 569 64 78 amman(at) Publications Negotiations of Arab…  
78. Authoritarianism and Bodily Autonomy: The case of Iran  
Looking at the Iranian revolution, this article explores the links between bodily autonomy and authoritarianism from a feminist perspective.  
79. Personal Choice in Climate and Environmental Justice  
Personal choice is problematic in climate justice but relevant to environmental justice. Away from the individual vs. structural dichotomic discourse, personal choices can be political and…  
11.01.2023 | Blog | Blog
The Revolution Fizzles Out
In Tunisia, faith in politics has been lost, elections are ignored. The country is threatened with bankruptcy. The opposition has boycotted the elections and demands a return to democracy.  
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