Hereby FEPS would like to present the results of the Next Left roundtable debate that has been organised by FEPS with the support of the Renner Institut straight after the European Elections that took place the end of May.
Conference report on TASC-FEPS event that brought together a dynamic audience including economists, academics, policy makers, public representatives, social justice advocates and activists. Thomas Piketty participated as keynote speaker.
Democratic Socialism in South Asia, political developments and violence against women in India, a China-SAARC-meeting in Chengdu/Sichuan Province, Modi’s visit to Bhutan, a visit by China’s foreign minister to India and India’s relations to Iran.
9th September 2014 @ FEPS Office. Rue Montoyer 40 , Brussels
FEPS and IPPR will hold a discussion and publication launch on the topic of a Progressive energy agenda for Europe.
It will give clear recommendations for the new European Parliament and incoming European Commission on its priorities for energy and climate policies.
"Tackling Inequality: A Programme for the Left to Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Growth – Experiences from Around the World", "Labour's Next Majority? Winning from the Left after the great Crisis", "Europe 2020" and "European Co-operation: The different way of doing business"