Forum on the World Economic Order – “Automation, Adaptation, and Innovation: The Future of Work”

The Friedrich Naumann Foundation’s Forum on the World Economic Order welcomed an international delegation of experts  for a seven day study tour focusing on developments in the future of work around the world. During the program, which took place in Washington, DC and Michigan, the delegation met with over 25 technology and labor practitioners in… Read More

„Ein Multistakeholder-Dialog erlaubt es, einander als Partner und nicht als Gegner zu sehen“

Interview mit Paula Estrella, Program Officer des Ateneo Menschenrechtszentrums in Manila und Teilnehmerin der Studienreise „Business and Human Rights: Protect, Respect, Remedy“ des Forum Weltwirtschaftsordnung der Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit. Frau Estrella, wie sieht die Arbeit des „Ateneo Menschenrechtszentrums“ (AHRC) konkret aus? Welche Aspekte sind für Ihre Arbeit besonders wichtig? Das Menschenrechtszentrum ist Teil der… Read More

Forum on the World Economic Order: “Business and Human Rights: Protect, Respect, Remedy”

The Friedrich Naumann Foundation’s Forum on the World Economic Order welcomed a delegation of experts from around the world  for a seven day study tour focusing on the state of business and human rights. Over the course of the program, which took place in Washington, DC and New York, NY, the delegation met with over… Read More

Navigating Migration for the 21st Century: Policy Recommendations

In November 2017, the Forum on the World Economic Order (WEO) of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom carried out its second program of the year, entitled “Breaking the Barrier: Migration, Immigration, Integration.” During the seven day program, five migration and immigration experts from around the world met with specialists in Washington, DC and Austin,… Read More

Forum on the World Economic Order Program: Breaking the Barrier – Migration, Immigration, Integration

The Forum on the World Economic Order hosted its second delegation of experts in November for a seven day study tour focusing on challenges to migration, immigration, and integration both in the United States and around the world. The Forum was pleased to welcome five participants from South Africa, the Czech Republic, Germany, Turkey, and… Read More