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.
Articles by decision makers and experts regarding the impact that the current policies of the various international institutions have on Israel, the conflict resolution and regional cooperation with its neighbours
Elections are crucial for democracies; the question, who has a right to vote is thus of highest importance and is usually discussed heatedly. Austria was the first country in the European Union (EU) that lowered the general voting age to 16 in 2007
This briefing note addresses the question of how to re-engage young people – Millennials (those born between 1980-2000, aged 15-35) – into politics and make progressive political organisations fit for this cognitively distinct demographic.
Like in many other EU countries that are currently dealing with a sort of crisis of democracy and disinterest of citizens. There are frequent discussions in Slovenia about the possibility of giving voting rights to young people once they turn 16 instead of when they reach the age of majority.