• To inspire Europe: insights from the success story of...

    July 15, 2019

    Following an incredibly instructive debate in Prague on 4th July, FEPS together with its partners of Pablo Iglesias Foundation and Masarykova Democratic Academy is thrilled to be holding a public event in Madrid to share some of the key reflections about the political situation in Spain and how it can be a source of inspiration for progressive comrades across the EU.

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  • Migration Group: Pathways to a just migration”

    July 11th - 12th, 2019

    On 11-12 July, the FEPS Global Migration Group will meet again in Madrid to discuss “Pathways to a just migration”, analyse new forms of cooperation with African countries, define what kind of common migration and integration policies we can devise for Europe.

    This is a closed meeting

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  • Platforms, precarious work and the public good. Can...

    July 10, 2019

    A discussion based on new research findings from 13 European countries.

    According to research that will be published for the first time at the event, platform work is still on the rise across Europe, with particularly high levels in countries where average earnings are low, and with most of the work carried out as a supplement to other forms of work. It reveals important...

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  • FEPS Scientific Council

    July 10, 2019

    Closed Meeting

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  • To inspire Europe: insights from the success story of...

    July 04, 2019

    FEPS is particularly thrilled to hold a reflection session in Prague upon the invitation of our Czech colleagues of Masarykova Democraticka Academy and in cooperation with Pablo Iglesias Foundation of Spain. Their joint initiative resulted in putting together a group of experts to debate possible lessons from Spain and the meaning of the electoral victory of Pedro Sanchez...

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  • Inequality 2020 - Reviving Europe’s Efforts to Attain...

    July 01, 2019

    Europe had a strategy to attain smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and deliver wellbeing to its citizens. At the doorstep of 2020, our society is increasingly polarized, social inequalities are on the rise. What went wrong? Should we blame the financial crisis? Bad politics? Bad policies perhaps?

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