Economic and Social Policy

The Sustainable economic development in the Palestinian Territories is essential to state building and stability in the region. The hindering of the free movement of goods and people and the limited authority of the Palestinian National Authority in recent years has significantly weakened the economic and social situation in the West Bank and Gaza. In light of this, the work of the FES focuses on its cooperation with its partner organizations to tackle central economic issues.

Together with our partner BISAN we support the business management system and we treasure our relationship to local trade unions, building strong ties to German ones. Additional partners in this field comprise various Palestinian trade unions.

Activities

FES Summer Academy: In Search for Regional Security Cooperation

FES invites graduate students as well as young professionals from the MENA region to apply for a summer academy in Tutzing, Germany, in order to work...


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Tuesday, 12.02.19 - Jerusalem

The Upcoming Israeli Elections: Change on the Horizon?

Palestinians cannot determine the doings of Netanyahu or Trump while they can determine their own doings, change must come from within


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Thursday, 11.10.18 - Al-Mathaf hall, Gaza

Job Opportunities for Youth

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Cooperation with the Palestinian Institute for Communication and Development (PICD), conducted a closed Workshop...


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Monday, 08.10.18

FES-PASSIA Round Table “Jerusalem, Palestine, and the “Jewish Nation-State” Law“

The 4th roundtable discussion hosted by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and its partner, the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of...


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Wednesday, 01.08.18 to Monday, 24.09.18 - Ramallah and Gaza

Report Social Media Campaign WATC Ramallah August – September 2018

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, in cooperation with its partner Woman Technical Affairs Committee (WATC), conducted a series of workshops entitled “Social...


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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Palestine

P.O. Box 25126
Mount of Olives St. 27
91251 Jerusalem

+972-2-5328398
+972-2-5819665
info(at)fespal.org

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