Recent articles & Specials

Perspectives Asia #10

In this latest issue, we look at how the pandemic is reshaping state/society relationships in Asia, share down-to-earth Covid-19 experiences from different regions and cultures and issues such as trust in government institutions, the situation of migrant workers and gender relationships.

In Focus
Publications

Meat Atlas 2021

Atlas

There is hardly any other food that pollutes our environment and the climate as badly as meat. However, no government in the world currently has a concept of how meat consumption and production can be significantly reduced. But if the sector continues to grow as it has up to now, almost 360 million tons of meat will be produced and consumed worldwide in 2030. With ecological effects that are hard to imagine.

Download

Please select a file format.

pdf epub mobi
WNWR Korean Report 2019 cover

World Nuclear Waste Report 2019 (Korean)

Report

This publication is a translation of the South Korea case studies section in the first edition of the World Nuclear Waste Report published in 2019. It attempts to spark a debate in South Korea on the complexities of dealing with nuclear waste. For the last decade since the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, many civil organisations, experts and citizens have denounced the South Korean government's continued dependence on, and management, and development of nuclear power plants but to no avail.

Gender and Digitisation in Asia

Gender and Digitisation in Asia: Future Policy Pathways

E-paper

To ensure that the fourth industrial revolution realises its transformative potential instead of exacerbating and creating new gender inequalities, it is important to understand the many intersections of digitisation and gender from a policy perspective. This paper examines the gendered dimensions of ICT in Asian countries, particularly South Asia and Southeast Asia/ASEAN.

Follow us and stay tuned!