Events

Go Local - Call to Europe / Together - Call to Europe

In the period 29th November - 2nd of December 2018 Kraków will become the city of vibrant progressive debates. It will kick off with the discussion organised by the S&D Group under the motto “Go Local”, followed by a conference that FEPS is organising together with S&D Group and with the support of Centrum Ignacego Daszynskiego, Foundation Jean Jaures and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung under the leading theme: For a United Social Europe: bridging beyond divides, offering alternative.

This event will gather the leaders of the FEPS, S&D, PES and PES Women, Young European Socialists, Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the Polish centre left, and both European and Polish academics. Together with almost 200 members of the invited audience they will discuss the future of Europe as a Community anchored in strong set of values, as also the context of upcoming 2019 European elections and ways that Progressives equipped with a distinctive agenda could actually make a difference. As the conference is open to all, we wholeheartedly invite everyone interested to register via the registration form below.

Finally, on Saturday and Sunday, 1st and 2nd December respectively, FEPS and its partners will also hold a closed seminar "Call to Europe: Modern Social Democracy: values, programme, strategies”, which will follow the earlier activity held a week before in Plock. It will welcome 25 participants, who through debate on inputs and more practical workshops will debate on: modern values of the European social democracy; the challenge of growing pluralism of the left; the sense of partisanship and strategies to modernise the organisations; and finally the understanding of polls and their strategic use in political life.

Check the final programme of Friday's conference

Please, find below the registration form for the public events: 

W dniach 29 listopada -1 grudnia br. Kraków stanie się stolicą żywych progresywnych debat.

Rozpoczniemy dyskusją zorganizowaną przez grupę S&D - Socjalistów i Demokratów pod hasłem "Go Local" w czwartkowy wieczór 29 listopada, zaś w piątek 30 listopada odbędzie się konferencja pt. "Za Zjednoczoną Europą Socjalną – wznieść się ponad podziałami, zaoferować alternatywę"

Nasze wydarzenie zgromadzi europejskich liderów politycznych, przedstawicieli socjaldemokracji z Polski oraz ponad 12 krajów Unii Europejskiej. W dyskusji udział wezmą europejscy i polscy naukowcy, którzy razem z publicznością będą rozmawiać o przyszłości Europy jako wspólnocie wartości w kontekście zbliżających się wyborów europejskich 2019 roku. Szczególny nacisk zostanie położony na postępową odpowiedź o przyszłość całego projektu europejskiego.

Wydarzenie jest organizowane przez Fundację Europejskich Studiów Progresywnych (FEPS), Grupę Socjalistów i Demokratów w Parlamencie Europejskim (S&D) we współpracy z Centrum im. Ignacego Daszyńskiego, Fundacją Jeana Jauresa oraz Fundacją im. Friedricha Eberta.

Program_Za Zjednoczna Europa Socjalna

 

location

Kraków, Poland, Kraków, Poland

date

Thursday, 29 November 2018 - Friday, 30 November 2018

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