CALL FOR PAPERS: From Europe to local: Migrating solidarity

Selected papers will be gathered in a publication, to be launched in autumn 2016, which will be used as an advocacy document towards European policy makers. Successful candidates will be offered 800 Euro honorarium after the final version of their paper will be accepted for publication.

Obituary- Egon Bahr

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.



Is the German Labor market really performing that well?

Germany was for a lot of years considered the sick man of Europe with chronic low growth, high unemployment, a substantial public deficit and rising debt. But the German economy has taking a turn for the better the last decade.

India and South Asia July/August Dossier

The Dossier offers an overview of the major trends and developments in Indian politics in July and August, an obituary on the occasion of the death of former President Dr. Abdul Kalam, Narendra Modi’s visit to the United Arab Emirates in order to establish better links with the Islamic world

Progressive Politics in Fragmented Times

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