There are no irreplaceable people in this world – but there are those, whom we miss more than we miss others – was one of the sayings coined by Willy Brandt and following his “Erinnerungen” repeated frequently by him at the times of departure.
More than one hundred participants took part in TASC-FEPS 6th Annual Conference, which was devoted to the theme 'Economic Inequality – What Can Be Done?' and was organised in Dublin on the 19th of June 2015.
This meeting took place just a few days before the EU energy Union summer package was announced on 15th July 2015. Regarding Latvia, one of the most important proposals in this will be the modernisation fund, which involves 9 other EU countries too.
Building on the political momentum of the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action, the Foundation for European Progressives Studies (FEPS) would like to launch an initiative to bring in the political debate on gender equality the claims of young, grassroots feminist movements.
This Policy Brief was drafted as a reflection after a seminar held by FEPS, Policy Network and Renner Institut in Oxford in July 2015. It is organized alongside 10 Core Guidelines, which were inspired by different points made respectively during the debate
This Policy Brief tries to envisage a different Europe. It is the second in a series of three in which future macroeconomic scenarios for Europe are analysed using projections generated by the Cambridge-Alphametrics Model (CAM).
Following a long and, at times, arduous process of negotiations that lasted almost two years, Iran and the P5+1/E3+3 powers have finally announced in Vienna a long-term, comprehensive agreement regarding the Iranian nuclear programme.