Activity Report



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The Refugee Debate in Central and Eastern Europe

The GTE project aims at establishing a platform to discuss and analyse the rapid transformation of Turkey in a European and global context. In this phase, the project focuses on the refugee crisis and its impact on EU-Turkey relations, as well as on the EU’s migration and asylum policies.
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The Far Right in Europe

On the 2nd May 2016, the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) in partnership with Fondation Jean Jaurès and the French socialist delegation of the S&D Group in the European Parliament organised an expert seminar about the Far Right in Europe.
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Youth Participation in Democratic Life in Senegal

Millennial Dialogue report on Senegal was presented and compared to other results all over the world and discussed with experts, academics, progressive politicians and young students.
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Panel Discussion on Turkey with Mr. Öztürk Yılmaz, Vice-President of the CHP

Recognising the tremendous importance of the confluence of internal and external developments concerning Turkey, FEPS and CHP EU Representation jointly organized a roundtable discussion with Mr. Öztürk Yılmaz, Vice-President of the CHP, Turkey’s largest social democratic and main opposition party.
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US Presidential Election Roadshow

The 2016 U.S. Presidential election has been a polarising event, both in the United States and Europe. What sort of policies can we expect the presidential candidates to pursue and how do policy platforms differ between the leading Democrat and Republican candidates?
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‘From Europe to Local: Migrating Solidarity’

SOLIDAR and the FEPS launched the latest common publication ‘From Europe to local. Migrating solidarity’. The debate took place in the new SOLIDAR premises and started with the opening remarks by SOLIDAR Secretary General Conny Reuter and FEPS Senior Political Advisor Hedwig Giusto.
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Africa Day 2016

On November 5th 2016, the Foundation Max van der Stoel (FMS) and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) organised the yearly Africaday (Afrikadag in Dutch), that is, the biggest event in the Netherlands on Africa and international cooperation.
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Brussels Study Visit - Europapolitische Akademie 2016

From 20 to 22 June 2016, the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and the Karl Renner Institute (Vienna, Austria) organized a study visit of ten young Austrians to Brussels
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How are Populist Movements attracting Millennials and why?

FEPS in partnership with Policy Solutions organised a public debate that aimed at shedding a deeper understanding as to why populism - as a phenomena - seemingly galvanizes the younger generation of voters – the so called Millennials (aged 15-35, born between 1980-2000).
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The Future of EU Climate Change Technology and Sustainable Energy Diplomacy

On 19 October the Dickson Poon School of Law of King's College London hosted the launch of a publication on 'The Future of EU Climate Change Technology and Sustainable Energy Diplomacy'. The publication is the result of a collaboration between the Transnational Law Institute, the Foundation for...
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Call to Europe VI: Millennials and Politics

Report on Call top Europe VI: Millennials and politics, hold in Brussels on 17th - 18th June. the conference brought together more than 100 young experts, young politicians and leaders from social-democratic families, young representatives from civil society and young participants.
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Activity Report: Debate Just Transition

FEPS and Change Partnership, have outlined the practical steps needed to undertake and manage the transition to ensure it is fair, dignified, inclusive and meaningful. This document offers an insight into some of the main issues discussed at the debate and publication launch in Brussels.
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What next for European social democracy?

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), with active support of the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation, organised the event “What next for European social democracy?” on 2 June 2016 at the auditorium of the National Museum of Finland.
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Activity Report: Addressing social challenges of parenting

Fighting labour market obstacles, social risks and high level of poverty. Participants discussed ways and possibilities how to reduce social and economic risks for young parents. The event was organized by BSF with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the NGO "Babyroom".
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Greece Forward: Progressive Solutions for Today and Tomorrow

FEPS, in collaboration with ‘Diktio - Network for Reform in Greece and Europe’, organised an international conference titled 'Greece Forward: Progressive Solutions for Today and Tomorrow’, which took take place on Wednesday, 14 October 2015, in Athens, Greece.
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Breakfast Meeting with CHP President Kılıçdaroğlu

The Foundation of European Progressive Studies organised a breakfast meeting with Mr Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, President of the CHP, Turkey’s largest social democratic party, and main opposition leader.
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GITI Regional Conference on Transparency in the Global Garment Sector

FEPS, in cooperation with the Humboldt-Viadrina Governance Platform and the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, as part of The Garment Industry Transparency Initiative (GITI), co-organised a Regional Conference on Transparency in the Global Garment Sector.
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Kick-off workshop European Growth Initiative

The kick-off workshop of the European Growth Initiative took place in Berlin on 29 May 2015 in the aftermath of a new investment plan proposed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to restore growth and jobs in the European Union (EU).
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The social state of Europe after the crisis- Activity Report

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) together with its UK partner foundation Policy Network launched a publication entitled “The Social State of Europe After the Crisis” at the FEPS offices in Brussels on the 16 June 2015
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Millennial Dialogue Project launch FEPS/FES “Krisen-Kinder?”

Jointly-organised and sponsored by the Foundation of European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) the event launched the Millennial Dialogue Report, a study focusing largely on the ‘Millennial Generation’, often know as ‘Digital Natives’ or ‘Generation Y’.
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International Seminar Rebuilding the Welfare State in Multicultural Societies

Building upon the important questions that were posed during the kick-off dinner, the international seminar attempted to further deepen our understanding of whether robust and generous social democratic welfare policies can be designed and implemented in ethnically diverse societies.
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Bulgaria: Early Parliamentary Elections 2014: Civil Observation

Within the project "Early Parliamentary Elections 2014: Civil Observation", the Institute for Social Integration /ISI/ carried out monitoring of the election campaign and its media coverage, as well as direct observation on the Election Day
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Activity Report: Energy Efficiency: Key to Social and Economic Security

The main messages from the forum were based on how energy efficiency is key to solving many social and economic problems and what measures can be taken to use efficiency to its full potential. There are some big gains to be made in Latvia, especially in the housing sector, however there is a...
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Next Left: A Progressive Answer to the Global Social Question

FEPS, together with the Renner Institut, Fundación Democracia y Desarrollo, Fundación Salvador Allende and IGLP Harvard Law School held between 19 and 21 November 2014 a high level international symposium on “Next Left: A Progressive Answer to the Global Social Question” in Santiago de Chile
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Technological Change and Inequality

FEPS, with active support of the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation, organised the annual Research and Policy Day “Return to Spheres of Influence? Democratisation and Integration in Post-Cold War Europe”on 3 November 2014 at Paasitorni Congress Centre in Helsinki.
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Report: Energy efficiency: saving Europe’s energy agenda

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies organised an open discussion on the current state of play of the proposals and upcoming issues for energy efficiency policies in Europe with a presentation from Paul Hodson, Head of unit for energy efficiency in DG Energy.
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REPORTS ON FEPS FRINGES AT LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE, MANCHESTER

Tackling Inequality: A Programme for the Left to Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Growth/ Labour’s Next Majority? Winning from the Left after the Great Crisis/ Popular and progressive: a new agenda for the left in Europe/ European Co-operation: A different way of doing business
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The Return of Spheres of Influence?

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), with active support of the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation, organised the conference “Return to Spheres of Influence? Democratisation and Integration in Post-Cold War Europe”on 11 September 2014 at Porthania IV (University of Helsinki).
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Call for new members of FEPS Young Academic Network

This call is addressed to outstanding, young, European, progressive academics holding a status of either PhD candidates or post-doctoral researchers, who are eager to get involved in the debate about the future of Europe.
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Energy efficiency: saving Europe’s energy agenda

FEPS organised an open discussion on the current state of play of the proposals and upcoming issues for energy efficiency policies in Europe with a presentation from Paul Hodson, Head of unit for energy efficiency in DG Energy.
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The Challenge of Economic Inequality to Recovery and Wellbeing

Conference report on TASC-FEPS event that brought together a dynamic audience including economists, academics, policy makers, public representatives, social justice advocates and activists. Thomas Piketty participated as keynote speaker.
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Project NordMod 2030

FEPS, in corporation with SAMAK, have commissioned Fafo to lead the Nordic research project, NordMod 2030. The aim is to analyze the characteristics of the Nordic model, understand its future sustainability and to establish, if it is being challenged by international and national changes.
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Report Seminar ‘Progressive Policies for Growth and Employment’

Here you read the activity report of the Seminar entitled ‘Progressive Policies for Growth and Employment’ that took place 8th May 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark. This event was jointly organised by Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd (AE-ECLM) and LO (The Danish Federation of Trade Unions).
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Report Roundtable ‘Building Participatory Welfare Societies’

Here you read the activity report of the FEPS Next Left National Roundtable Debate ‘Building Participatory Welfare Societies’ that took place 11th April 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal. This event was jointly organised by the Res Publica Foundation.
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Activity Report 'More Europe vs. No Europe'

Here you can read the activity report of the FEPS Next Left National Roundtable Debate ‘More Europe vs. No Europe: Europarties and Euroscepticism in 2014 European Elections' that took place 7th April 2014 in Rome, Italy. Report written by Nicola Genga, Member of the FEPS YAN.
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Report on 5th Transatlantic dialogue on gender issues

Report on the 5th Trasatlantic Conference about gender equality, held in Boston during 3rd-4th March and organised by FEPS with the support of the Fondation Jean-Jaurès and Boston University.
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Short Summary Energy Focus Group

In the general discussion in our focus group, it was agreed that in the end that although it is important to have ambitious targets, and that learning from the past set of targets if they are not legally binding they will not be reached, however there is more at stake.
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Research Project: Europe within the Global Economy

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 of assessing the Role of Europe within the Global Economy.
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Research Project: Finance and Inequality

FEPS, in collaboration with Foundation Jean Jaurès (France), Leeds University Business School (UK), and the Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK) have set up a research project with the aim to generate a detailed multi-layered, and multi-locational analysis of the European financial system.
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For a New Social Consensus in Europe, a promise of jobs, welfare and empowerment

From the 29th Sept until the 1st Oct 2013, the FEPS Next Left Research Programme held its Focus Group meeting and National Round Table Debate in Warsaw. Read the report of these activities, co-organised with the Foundation Amicus Europea, the Centrum im. Ignacego Daszynskiego and the Renner Institut
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Call to Europe III - Conference Report

The third edition of the Call to Report gathered more than 50 academic experts, democratic representatives and civil society. This conference report gives a foundamental overview of the debates.
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Conference Report: Is there a way out from this crisis?

The answer to this question is affirmative and a series of concrete policy proposals and institutional reforms were put forward and critically discussed at the FEPS & FJJ conference in Paris on May 25th. In particular, speakers highlighted that the Euro crisis is due to the wrong model of the EMU.
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What Lessons from German and Danish Energy Policy?

Conference report of the event on Energy revolution, organized on 29 May at Helsinki by FEPS with the support of the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation. The presentations addressed the relationship between consumers versus industry and how these affect national political debates
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Next Left : Framing a New Narrative

Within the scope of the FEPS Next Left ‘Dialogue of Dialogues’, a continuous transatlantic academic conversation, a number of scholars gathered in the Idec-Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain, on 10-11 May 2013 to discuss a new progressive narrative.
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Britain can win the argument and shouldn’t fear a referendum

Here is the main message from the debate which took place on 18th February at FEPS office with Emma Reynolds, Massimo D’Alema, Jo Leinen, Giles Merritt and Will Straw in the context of the publication of a FEPS/IPPR Publication “Staying in: winning the argument to keep Britain in the EU”
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L’avenir du Traité de l'Elysée 50 ans après sa création

En amont des célébrations pour les 50 ans du Traité de l'Elysée, la FEPS a organisé avec les sections Bruxelloises du PS français et du SPD allemand une soirée débat qui a rassemblé, avec succès, plus de 80 personnes de plusieurs générations. Retrouver les photos et le compte-rendu.
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Towards a stronger European democracy

FEPS in collaboration with three Hungarian think tanks the Táncsics Foundation, the József Attila Foundation and Policy Solutions organised on Friday 16th November an event, in Budapest, on Democracy, Liberty and Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe.
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Woman up!

The Fourth transatlantic seminar on gender equality took place In FEPS office on 18-19 October. Like in the previous years, FEPS is planning to publish the articles of the conference. You can already have a look on the pictures
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Conference: How important being member of the EU is to the UK

For business, trade and growth it would be unquestionable for the UK to leave the EU said panelists gathered by FEPS, S&D group at the European Parliament and the European Parliamentary Labour Party in a fringe meeting at Labour Party Annual Conference 2012 in Manchester.
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8th FEPS Young Academic Network Seminar

A huge agenda for this new meeting: review of the papers submitted by the respective working groups, exchanges with Young Academics from India and assessment of the FEPS YAN’s first two cycles in order to plan the plan the following one.
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Seminar on Populism & Political Parties in Europe

The aim of the seminar, organized by FEPS, Fondazione Italianieuropei and the Centro per la Riforma dello Stato, was to involve scholars and politicians into a debate on the implications of the emergence of these movements in the European political scenario, and for the evolution of democracy.
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FEPS Next Left and Policy Network conference

Following the previous exchange with the scholars of the North-East Universities of Harvard Law School and Brown University, FEPS together with Policy Network reengaged in a new chapter of the transatlantic debate about the future of progressivism. The event, which took place in Oxford.
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EU Enlargement: Beyond promises

FEPS together with the European Forum for Solidarity and Democracy organized the third, final event in the framework of the Copenhagen revisited research programme from 18 to 22 June 2012 in Brussels, Belgium. After having discussed the lessons learnt and the challenges ahead, this third seminar...
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FEPS Next Left Focus Group - Politicising Social Europe

The FEPS Next Left Focus Group met for the second time this year, to discuss the mid-term outcomes of the research that respective members have been concluding. The session was chaired by Dr. Alfred Gusenbauer and among the themes were: How progressive values can contribute to redefining...
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Next Left Focus Group “Reflection 20 years after Maastricht”

The Next Left Research programme is getting enriched - as the new working group is being established! The research project “Next Left: The Future of European democracy and role of europarties – Reflection 20 years after Maastricht” was initiated by a workshop that was organized by FEPS with the...
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Next Left Round Table “Building a new progressive majority”

On 20 April, FEPS Organized a conference in Barcelona with the support of R. Campalans Foundation in order to provide new answers on how to overcome the crisis of democracy, and while bringing meaning to terms such as “legitimacy”, “representation”, “social contract” ensure the favourable...
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Next Left: Building new communities” - Delegation to Harvard Law School

The seminar organized by FEPS with the support of Renner Institut and in cooperation with the Institute for Global Law and Policy took place at Harvard Law School on 12th – 13th April 2012. The European delegation to the event was composed of 10 representatives (R.Bazillier, P.Diamond, K.Duffek,...
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A new progressive agenda for a new Arab world

FEPS, with the GPF, PES and the S&D together with the Tunisian party Ettakatol, debated on 30 March in Tunis the challenges ahead for the Arab region and proposed concrete steps to consolidate democracy in the countries where revolutions succeeded.
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Climate Justice: the fairness test

Organized by FEPS-JRF-Fabian Society-Amnesty International, this conference was a major intervention on the social justice issues involved in tackling climate change. Over 100 policy makers from the worlds of climate change and social justice alongside journalists and politicians gathered together
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Is equality the price to pay for European stability?

In what sense are women on the move currently and how does this influence the debate on equality? Taking into account the current crisis, is equality the price to pay for European stability? These were the starting questions of the debate that FEPS initiated with the participants of the ECOSY...
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EU must support regional efforts to preserve Senegalese democracy

The EU must put diplomatic pressure on incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade to listen to his people. This can be best done by regional means considered the EU delegation lead by FEPS with GPF One week before the 1st round of the presidential elections.
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EU enlargement: a never ending hurdle?

This provoking question was in the focus of the second seminar in the framework of the research project “Copenhagen revisited”. This research project is realised jointly by FEPS and the European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity (EFDS). In addition, the event was supported by the Progress...
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Roundtable: Is the Nordic model a solution to get out of the crisis

The European understanding of the Nordic welfare model has often been simplified and over-optimistic. But the welfare regime has led to high levels economic competitiveness, social cohesion and well-being in all Nordic countries. Nevertheless, the recent developments in Nordic social policy –...
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Opinion: Growth Bonds a Win-Win for Troubled Eurozone

In an opinion published in the FT on 9 Dec., member of FEPS Scientific Council, Prof. Stephany Griffith-Jones suggests - to give a breathing space for countries in trouble - a switch from conventional bonds to growth bonds, so interest payments are cut in times of low growth and increased as growth
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Towards a progressive spring 2012

Europe needs to understand that federalism is not a threat but an opportunity said Secretary General of FEPS,Ernst Stetter in a roundtable organized in Rome by Italianieuropei and the Center for American Progress, on 1-2 December 2011.
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Where now for transnational parties?

Following its previous research on the field of politicization of the European Union and relevance of the transnational party system, FEPS with the support of Renner Institut will hold at the PES Convention a workshop solely devoted to the theme “Where now for the europarties?”
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Next Left and Amsterdam Process: think tanks, academia and political world

On behalf of FEPS, Policy Network and Wiardi Beckman Stichting cordially invite to an event on “Mobilising for social democracy in Europe: thinktanks, academia and political world”, which will take place on the fringe of the PES Progressive Convention held in Brussels on 25th and 26th November.
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Social democracy facing financial crisis

On 21st and 22nd October, FEPS together with FSP ULB held a two days colloquium at the ULB. The event, which was opened to the public, gathered 30 researchers with a specific expertise on European social democracy. The aim of their exchange, which was based on their respective academic papers, ...
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The Relationship between Europe and Africa

As with the Yaoundé, Lomé, Cotonou accords which altered the Europe-Africa relationship from one of domination to one whose motto is deregulation, future agreements, called Economic Partnership, are "neither more nor less than free trade zones allowing Europe ...
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Migration: a key component of development?

Calling for open debate on immigration, the President of FEPS, Massimo D'Alema said immediately that progressives should be bold enough to seize the subject honestly, "fighting the prejudices, while defending solidarity and respect for human rights but also admitting that solidarity ...
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Towards a Progressive Social Democratic Vision for Europe

"Fortunately today we are witnessing, to a certain extent a rehabilitation of the concept of the state. The financialised capitalism is questioned ever more. However the state is still weak", FEPS Secretary general Ernst Stetter said on in a seminar on Renewal of Social Democracy he attended ...
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TOWARDS A NEW STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

Three former Prime ministers Massimo D’Alema (President of the FEPS), Alfred Gusenbauer (Chair of the FEPS research programme "Next Left" and Poul Nyrup Rasmussen (President of the Party of European Socialists), along with Paul Magnette (Federal Minister for Climate and Energy) ...
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FEPS Young Academics Network

FEPS Young Academics Network met for the 6th seminar, which thanks to the hospitality of Renner Institute was held, as always, in Vienna. The meeting was composed of two parts. During the first one, both the plenary and the thematic working groups...
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Third transatlantic seminar on gender equality

After the meetings in Boston and Paris, the third transatlantic seminar on gender issues was given the title « Re-strengthening global sisterhood - Emerging women’s issues for a new global agenda”. The event was organised on 20-21 October in Washington D.C. with the support of the Fondation ...
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Conference: Towards Inclusive Development in Latin America and Chile

On August 29-30, FEPS, together with Former President of Chile, Ricardo Lagos, Alicia Barcena from the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and José Antonio Ocampo and Stephany Griffith-Jones of the Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD) organized a conference ...
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Rights and obligations for restoring solidarity in Europe

"While JM Barroso should immediately have put out the fire started by the two most active European pyromaniacs of the day, Silvio Berlusconi and Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of the Commission is stoking the flames by indirectly admitting himself that 20,000 Tunisian immigrants ...
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Monetary Analysis of the Economy Conference

The colloquium Monetary Analysis of the Economy took place at Pierre Mendès University in Grenoble, France on the 15th and 16th April 2010. The aim of the conference was to put in the front line a monetary analysis of the economy as a general framework in which the exploration ...
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FEPS’s delegation to India

A FEPS’s delegation led by Ernst Stetter (secretary general of FEPS), Zita Gurmai (Vice-President of FEPS, President of PES Women and Member of the European Parliament) and Jesús Caldera Sánchez-Capitán ...
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Conference: The Best Alternative to a New Global Currency

On March 18th-19th a conference organized by the Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columbia University, the School of Finance at Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing, with support from the Ford Foundation and the Columbia Global Center East Asia, ...
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Monetary Analysis of the Economy Conference

The colloquium Monetary Analysis of the Economy took place at Pierre Mendès University in Grenoble, France on the 15th and 16th April 2010. The aim of the conference was to put in the front line a monetary analysis of the economy as a general framework in which the exploration of both the bases...
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Ruling of the German Constitutional Court on the Lisbon Reform Treaty

On 30th June 2009 the German Constitutional Court assessed the compatibility of the Treaty of Lisbon with German law. The Constitutional Court judged that that there are no decisive constitutional objections to the Act Approving the Treaty of Lisbon. At the same time, the Court urged the German...
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FEPS attended Irish Labour Conference

In light of the upcoming European and local elections, as well as the second referendum on the Lisbon Reform Treaty taking place later this year, FEPS was present at the 63rd National Conference of the Irish Labour Party. This year’s conference was optimistic in tone with the Labour Party...
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Roundtable Discussion: “Global New Deal" - Reform of the International System

FEPS organised a high-level round table meeting and brainstorming session with international experts on 13th March 2009 in order to add more input to the Global Vision Paper, a document aiming at finding systematic and global solutions to the current global crisis. In his introduction speech,...
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Financial crisis meeting

The meeting was divided in two parts, one on the assessment of the sources and of the diffusion of the financial crisis, the other on the priorities that one should establish in order to tackle both the financial and the real economy crises.
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The Global Financial Crisis: Regulatory Implications

Organised jointly by the IPD and the FES, attended by FEPS, “The Global Financial Crisis” was aimed at answering a set of questions on the possible regulation packages to reduce risks of future crises while encouraging a financial sector that serves the real economy.
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US Financial Market Crisis: What's Next?

On the occasion of the Global Policy Days, organised in Helsinki by FEPS with the support of the Kalevi Sorsa Foundation, FEPS Economic Consultant Matthieu Méaulle gave a introductory speech on the theme "US Financial Market Crisis: What's Next?". This was part of the overall conference which...
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Next Left: creating a social democratic future

"Our common task is: to create a „Next Left‟, to show that we have the ideas to meet the challenges our societies face, and can win the public's trust to earn the chance to try to make our vision for social change a reality. This will not be easy. Look around Europe in 2008 and, almost...
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