Jointly-organised and sponsored by the Foundation of European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) the event launched the Millennial Dialogue Report, a study focusing largely on the ‘Millennial Generation’, often know as ‘Digital Natives’ or ‘Generation Y’.
Building upon the important questions that were posed during the kick-off dinner, the international seminar attempted to further deepen our understanding of whether robust and generous social democratic welfare policies can be designed and implemented in ethnically diverse societies.
The lessons learnt from the Greek crisis should lead the Eurozone to greater institutional convergence, which would comprise of concrete steps towards stronger governance, enhanced common fiscal and investment instruments, debt mutualisation, and more shared sovereignty.
Ahead of the Summit of the African Union taking place in South Africa, the government promised immunity to all attending officials. Despite an order by the High Court to prevent Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the ICC, from leaving the country, he was allowed to leave.
The South Asia May Dossier provides analysis of various domestic and foreign policy issues of India, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent diplomatic trips to China and Mongolia and the Congress’ effort to bank on a (changed) Rahul Gandhi in order to better challenge the government.
The report investigates the social reality of Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis. It looks at the extent to which post-crisis aftershocks are combining with long-term structural trends to impact on the wealth and well-being of Europe’s citizens