With the publication “For democracy” and this online-dossier, we analyze the state of democracy worldwide as well as the possibilities of democracy assistance. At the same time, we provide insights into the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s political work for democracy.
The book of Femicide Is Preventable Campaing which is composed of Femicide Action Research, Conference on Urgent Action to Stop Femicide, Guide to Reporting on Femicide and Femcide Urgent Action Plan has been published.
Mit großer Bestürzung haben wir vom gewaltsamen Tod des türkisch-kurdischen Menschenrechtsanwalts Tahir Elçi Kenntnis genommen. Es sind Menschen wie er, die das Land braucht, um die Hoffnung auf eine demokratische und friedliche Zukunft am Leben zu erhalten.
A study commissioned by the Heinrich Böll Foundation found that the OECD's infrastructure investment advice to the G20 finance track lacks coherence with sustainable development and is “out of sync” with recent achievements of the global community.
Currently, up to 4 million trees are cleared in connection to the construction of the 3rd Bosphorus bridge and a new airport, and this might just be the beginning. Against the background of this threat, Turkish environmentalists have organized protests and taken up the fight against deforestation. Due to problems with democratic decision-making and the rule of law, civil society efforts have so far shown very limited results. One of the pressing questions of the future, therefore, will be which other options are available to civil society to respond to the threat of deforestation.
Our Coal Atlas contains the latest facts and figures on the use of coal and its environmental and social consequences. With more than 60 detailed graphics, the atlas illustrates the coal industry’s impact on nature, health, labour, human rights and politics.
Cuma Çiçek from Mardin Artuklu University and Vahap Coşkun from Dicle University co-wrote a report for the Peace Foundation: "The Resolution Process From Dolmabahçe to Today: Comprehending the Failure and Finding a New Path".