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Events

27.03.2018 | Event

Aiming to intensify the dialogue on environmental protection within civil society, chairman Hubert Weiger and other representatives of the biggest…


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10.02.2018 | Event

Since the 1980s, disparities in income and wealth have widened in most industrialized countries. But can democracy survive when the rich get richer…


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03.10.2017 | Event

During the visit of Mr. Wolfgang Tiefensee, State Minister of Economy, Science and the Digital Society in the government of Thuringia, the…


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07.07.2017 | Event, News

EPRIE 2017 will take a closer look at global migration patterns as well as differences and similarities between migration policies in Europe and East…


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09.06.2017 | Event

Germany and Japan are both confronting substantial social and political challenges of an increasingly aging society. Their goal is to find sustainable…


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22.02.2017 | Event

Under a worldwide trend of growing anti-globalism and anti-refugee movements, both Japan and Germany need objective, fact-based approaches to issues…


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21.02.2017 | Event

FES Tokyo Office celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017.


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15.11.2016 | Event

Social sciences tend to neglect local conditions, i.e. the specific ecological, social, political and economic context of a country or a region. Our…


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03.11.2016 | Event

WCPC aims at bring leading community power proponents from Japan and the world together in order to discuss the role community power has to play in…


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23.03.2016 | Event

The European Union and Japan have essential mutual interests that will likely continue to coincide over a longer period. Such interests include the…


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