Despite introducing ground-breaking social policies, Iceland lacks a cohesive approach to ensure the successful integration of immigrants. This group is left unprotected against hidden discrimination in the housing, employment, and education sectors. The successful integration of immigrants should involve treating them as agents of positive change in society.
For the Sake of Emirati Women: Equal Citizenship
29. Oktober 2021
Citizenship rights are crucial for the protection of a nation’s citizens. Yet in the UAE women face arbitrary discrimination in citizenship and immigration law. The law deprives women of the ability to confer citizenship on their foreign husbands and children. Gender-focused reform, alongside regional efforts, is necessary to stop this discrimination.
Samira Maryam Mohammed Ashraf
Libya – A Potential Powerhouse for Clean Energy
16. August 2021
It is time to take advantage of Libya’s solar potential and invest in solar energy production for both domestic and regional electricity supply. This can be achieved through cooperation between local and national authorities, private partners, NGOs, international and regional partners, and an extensive network of experts.
Malak Altaeb and Loujaïn Guiga
COVID-19: Accelerating Digital Inequalities in South Korea
14. Juni 2021
COVID-19 has forced Korean society to rapidly digitalize. Though most South Koreans have access to the internet and digital technologies, some are less able to make use of these tools. Women and low-income families are most vulnerable to this digital inequality. The South Korean government should take steps to address such digital inequality, beyond the issue of digital access.
China and the IMF – Convergence or Conflict?
24. Juli 2017Wirtschaftspolitik
China and the IMF have had a rocky relationship ever since the Fund’s founding in 1945. Despite the IMF’s recent efforts to better reflect China’s growing economic power within its organizational structure, the future of the two entities remains uncertain. This can be explained by conflicting interests on fiscal policy, the ambiguous behavior of the Chinese economic regime, and the failure of the IMF to fully adapt to the shifting weights of the world economy.
“Beevelop” rural Ethiopia?
24. Juli 2017
In this episode we are joined by Nadine Grimm-Pampe and we discuss land scarcity, land grabbing, international development cooperation and what beekeeping has to do with former US President Truman.
Krekar Mustafa, Felix Hoffmann & Nadine Grimm-Pampe
The Threat of Illiberal Populism
19. Juni 2017Politik und Gesellschaft
Populism has taken an illiberal turn. Protecting liberal, pluralist societies from the threat of illiberal populism will require deep reforms to our education, communications, and political systems.
Europe’s Splintered Union
3. Juni 2017
In this first episode we will give you a brief overview of our project, tell you how to get involved and then discuss „Europe’s Splintered Union“, an OpEd authored by Policy Corner Co-Founder Dylan Chambers.
Mustafa Krekar & Felix Hoffmann
Foreign Aid and Cambodian Power Plays
1. Juni 2017Entwicklung und Gesundheit
For decades, foreign aid has failed to create a pluralist democracy in Cambodia. With the upcoming election, this provides international donors and investors renewed opportunity to revisit their human rights efforts in the country.
Tu Felix Austria
17. Mai 2017Politik und Gesellschaft
The small country of Austria where 2016 did not entail a win for the far-right might have some lessons for liberals who fear a dire 2017.