Workshop: The European Left’s 25% Problem

26th September Liverpool, United Kingdom
Across Europe the traditional parties of the centre left seem stuck in the same electoral dilemma – the 25% problem. From Berlin to Madrid, Copenhagen to Vienna there is still a centre left base, hence no complete electoral collapse.

The New Social Contract: A Just Transition

28th September FEPS Office. Rue Montoyer 40. Brussels
The Paris Agreement is the moment at which world leaders committed to ending the use of fossil fuels and limiting global temperature to below 1.5 degrees. The business case for innovating investing in clean technology is now unquestionable.

Invitation: How are Populist Movements attracting Millennials and why?

29th September Brussels, Mundo-b conference centre, Rue d’Edimbourg 26, 1050
On 2 October 2016, Hungary holds a referendum on the European Union’s mandatory migrant quotas. It is concerning that the referendum campaign can be best portrayed as a mixture of populist anti-EU and xenophobic messages.