This paper examines the state and nature of youth unemployment in the EU and the potential of the youth guarantee. The authors study the countries where a youth guarantee has been implemented or is in the process of being introduced.
Following the seminar "Campaigning for the Future and the Future of Campaigning", organised in March in Washington by FEPS and the CAP, this paper by FEPS Policy Advisor David Kitching seeks to address some of the challenges facing European progressive campaigners and strategists.
FEPS in collaboration with the Economic Council of the Labour Movement – ECLM – (Copenhagen) and the Centre for Development Policy and Research – CDPR - have set up a research project with the aim to assess the impact of progressive macroeconomic policies in Europe. The project captures the...
FEPS together with IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research, UK) has established a focus group and a series of closed seminars with invited experts from a range of fields (private, public, associations, NGOs, academics) to discuss energy issues.
Renaissance for Europe - 3rd Step after Paris and Turin - Seminar and International reception with experts and Progressive leaders in ccoperation with the Fondation Jean Jaures, Italiani Europei and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
The Jean-Jaurès Foundation and the FEPS organize this conference to propose concrete measures for more economic, social and political integration in the EU. Moscovici, D'Alema, Magnette, Schulz, and economists Arestis, Griffith-Jones and Bellofiore will attend the discussions.
FEPS Next Left RT and Focus Group Meeting - Organised with the support of Respublica and PS Portugal - It is foreseen that one day will be devoted to the closed meeting of the Focus Group, while the other will be devoted to a public event.
As in the past three years, this year’s progressive economics conference will be held in partnership with TASC (Ireland). The conference brings together leading international and Irish progressive economists to debate the economic issues facing us and to develop new approaches.
In the eve of 2014 elections, a challenge of politicising dichotomies among europarties, empowering citizens with a real choice and restoring sense of the European politics are at the core of the pan-European scientific deliberations featured in “Queries”.
Europe on the brink of ruin had to be the theme of our issue. We considered that – 4 years after the beginning of this crisis – it is time to assess the first and concrete impacts of the crisis for the people and the economic system.
A clear assessment of the European institutional foundation and economic policies is needed if Europe wants to embark on a new developmental trajectory where job creation, equity, and growth are at the core.