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  • The future of AU-EU cooperation: Towards a new era?

    October 19, 2021

    Webinar, Tuesday, 19 October 2021, 10:00-11:30 CET via Zoom

    2021 is a decisive year for AU-EU relations, not least for the planning of the sixth AU-EU Summit in Brussels. In early March 2020, the EU presented its document “Towards a comprehensive Strategy with Africa” that should pave the way towards a new partnership with the African continent. However, is this approach fit for a new era or does it still hang in old paradigms? How do the AU and EU actually practice their relationship and how could it be brought forward?

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  • Taxation & Investment Conference

    October 25, 2021

    Online conference, Monday, 25 October 2021, 14:00-17:00 CET via Zoom

    Ahead of the G20 Summit, that may reshape the way in which corporate tax works, and ahead of the new European Semester cycle, that embeds the Recovery and Resilience Facility, FEPS, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, the Karl Renner Institut and TASC in collaboration with the Austrian Chamber of Labour and the ICRICT join forces to make a point on these crucial crossroads that have the potential to redesign the European approach to public finances for the next decade.

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  • Unequal Estonia: Regional socio-economic disparities in Estonia

    October 27, 2021

    Webinar, Wednesday, 27 October

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publications

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  • A European wealth tax for a fair and green recovery

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  • Progressive Yearbook 2021

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latest news

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  • FEPS joins the European Alliance for a Just Transition

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  • Joint Progressive Call for the right to housing

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FEPS
initiatives

call to europe

Since its first edition in 2011, Call to Europe has become the signature conference of FEPS and a reference point for the progressive family in Europe. This is due to its capacity of bringing together a unique multi-stakeholder community of progressive politicians, civil society and media to discuss issues of common concern and develop concrete and positive responses to contemporary European challenges in the most interactive and inclusive way.

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United for

FEPS UNited for… conferences, have been held since 2018 in New York ahead of the United Nations General Assembly. The main objective of this yearly initiative is to discuss, with international high level policymakers, experts and academics, the most important international issues at stake. The 2020 edition will explore how to achieve a new, fair and inclusive multilateralism. Previous editions have focused on migration and climate justice.
In 2019, FEPS was honoured to be granted Special Consultative Status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the highest status granted by the UN to non-governmental organisations, thus allowing it to participate in the work of the UN.

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Care4Care

It took a pandemic to realise that we depend on care. Despite the clapping, women 70% of the care workforce, continue to work in precarious conditions, unpaid or not paid at all! It's time to#Care4Care

FEPS together with its member foundations, has been intensively working since November 2019 to monitor the EU gender equality policy agenda through a progressive lens focusing particularly on its care dimensions.

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Child Union

Even before the pandemic, 23 million children in the EU were at risk of poverty and social exclusion. The pandemic has further exacerbated children inequality and it is now time for the European Union to act. On the occasion of the World Children’s Day more than 300 prominent figures from the world of politics, academia and civil society joined a Call to demand a rapid entry into force of the European Child Guarantee and a > Next Generation EU funding that truly works for Europe’s next generations.
Find out more about the Project ‘Towards a Child Union’ launched by FEPS and its member foundations.

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Gender Based Violence

FEPS and the Fondation Jean Jaurès have joined forces to publish a series of publications to shed light on specific dimensions of gender-based violence.
1 in 3 women have suffered physical or sexual violence at least once in their lifetime (according to UN Women and WHO). Gender-based violence is both the cause and result of gender inequality. This scourge has been severely exacerbated due to the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a dangerous surge of a longstanding and deeply rooted problem.

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