Federalism and Democracy

FES strives to promote inclusivity and participation in the democratic reform process. This is done through creating platforms for representatives from the government, parliament, civil society and ethnic minorities to discuss and come up with practical proposals for the federalization of Myanmar. The objective of FES in that field is to create awareness workshops on relevant topics and issues relating to federalism and promote exchange visits and study missions to learn about the best practices of federalism from Germany and other countries.

In addition to that, we facilitate exchanges between political parties and promote social democracy with other political institutions abroad and create forums where the public and government can engage to discuss and find common understanding on policy issues affecting daily lives of Myanmar citizens.

Latest News

Friday, 30.03.18 to Saturday, 31.03.18 - Yangon, Myanmar | Event

Giving from the heart – dana and the welfare state in Myanmar

Together with Dr. Hans-Bernd Zöllner FES Myanmar organised a workshop aiming to start an open discourse on the religious-cultural context of economic...


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Thursday, 22.02.18 to Friday, 23.02.18 - Yangon, Myanmar | Event

Regional Workshop on the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road: Considering Security Implications

The second of three regional workshops on the 21st century maritime silk road took place in Yangon to address the security implications of China's One...


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Latest Publications

Bärwaldt, Konstantin

Mehr Demokratie in Myanmar wagen

Herausforderungen für die Regierung unter Aung San Suu Kyi
Berlin, 2016

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Yhome, K.

The Bay of Bengal at the crossroads

potential for cooperation among Bangladesh, India and Myanmar
New, 2014

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Myanmar

No 739, Sabal Yone, 1st street,
Yankin Township,
Yangon,
Myanmar

+95 1 122 1424
info-myanmar(at)fes.asia

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