Access to information and technology makes a big difference in the development of any country. If the world can be more interconnected, a lot of amazing things can happen
As trade becomes more globalized, innovative business models that embrace respect for human rights, and that similarly goes beyond the usual CSR programs, are valuable.
The key problem for those wielding power was how to create trust among the population so that people would trade and invest more and thus grow the economy. The answer was the law.
Asia is an inspiration to Germany and around the world according to FNF Chairman of the Board of Trustees Dr. Juergen Morlok who did a short visit to Hong Kong and Indonesia.
FNF's Global Innovation Hub promotes social innovation, offering novel solutions to build a better, more inclusive, and freer society - reinforcing that liberals mean progress.
A more harmonious future requires addressing history openly - a discussion between the different communities about the past, and understanding fears and recognizng old and new wounds.
Despite the tireless efforts of demanding freedom of speech, press freedom and freedom of assembly by a broad civil society movement, Malaysia still is far from democratic.
RegTech is about employing technology to ensure efficient compliance management, in turn instilling transparency and accountability in business.
Democracy needs institutions to work well especially the rule of law, including a strong list of basic human rights, and a competitive market economy.
The anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law is a reminder that never again should atrocities be allowed to reign. Filipinos’ have the capacity to bring about change together as one nation.