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Profile Sigrid Kaag - Atypical Times Call for Atypical Leaders
The social liberal party D66 managed to become the second biggest party in the country in the Dutch parliamentary elections. It is led by the new party leader Sigrid Kaag, who has decades of negotiating experience in some of the most difficult areas in the world. It would be difficult to imagine anyone better suited for the country's upcoming difficult tasks.
From Poland With Love - March
From undermining media freedom, cyber threats & government transparency, over negligence & punishment in the Catholic church up to "Food Apartheid" in Eastern Europe: In his monthly newsletter, guest contributor Dr. Milosz Hodun gives us updates about current news, events and all other things you need to know about Poland.
How to Counter Antisemitism?
The Hungarian Free Market Foundation in partnership with CEJI and with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom created a project to help the media and individuals in recognizing, understanding and countering antisemitism.
The project's main components - a guide for journalists, online exhibition, and a language course - are aimed at explaining the forms of antisemitism, and the actions that can be taken against it.
Liberal success stories in the Netherlands – What Liberals can learn from the Dutch elections
In the Netherlands, the Liberals achieved successes in the last parliamentary elections that Liberals in Germany can only dream of. Jeroen Dobber analyses what led the VVD and D66 to their electoral success and gives an outlook on what lessons could be adopted internationally to help liberalism to flourish.
Infosecurity.sk: Bi-Weekly Report on Emerging Disinformation Trends (March 30, 2021)
Project Infosecurity.sk organized by STRATPOL – Strategic Policy Institute and Slovak Security Policy Institute, supported by the Prague office of Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, continuously monitors the activities of both Slovak and foreign disinformation actors, but focuses mainly on the former. This report represents a bi-weekly summary of arising trends in the spread of malicious information content online.
Women Leading Protests – Female Voices For Democracy
Around the world, women are leading the fight for freedom and democracy. The documentary film "Women Leading Protests - Female Voices for Democracy" by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation looks at the stories of four women who have been involved in protests for democracy in various forms.
What can the pension system of the future look like?
Like Germany, Spain has one of the oldest populations in the world. Demographic change, combined with increasing life expectancy and very high structural unemployment (especially among young people), means that fewer and fewer younger people have to finance the pensions of more and more older people.
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