FEPS invites interested stakeholders to submit proposals on a survey- based study that aims to map the perceptions of the Millennial generation (citizens aged 15-34 and born around 1980- 2000) towards the European Union (institutions, policy-making, political standpoints and / or actions).
The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) organised a breakout dinner on the topic “Political Polarisation: The Way Forward” in partnership with the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) on the 24th March 2017 at the Restaurant Maison du Cygne in Brussels, Belgium.
This Dossier is focusing on the election campaigns in Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland and the results of these elections, besides current political developments and the formation of a new political party by the film star Kamal Haasan in crisis-ridden Tamil Nadu
The approach proposed in this paper is to mainstream the just transition agenda, by reframing just transition from a component of the climate policy response to an overarching ‘mission’ that can include, mobilise and empower diverse actors at EU, regional, Member State and local levels.
The European labour markets are compared in terms of the number of jobs, the quality of jobs and wages and the inclusiveness of earnings and employment opportunities. The comparison shows that institutions which secure a high job quality and inclusiveness underpin a high employment rate.