In the framework of the Millennial Dialogue project and the GENERA Intergenerational Forum, FEPS, Fundación Felipe González, partners and invited experts will debate the usage of social networks by young people, their impact in the public sphere and in political systems. What can we learn from the civic mobilisations led by young people that have been sparked in the online world? How is representative democracy perceived by this generation when they are the biggest cohort that distrusts democratic institutions and political parties?
“Try turning it off and back on again” – How many times have we recommended this to fix our computers? With the Covid-19 outbreak, our economy was suddenly and dramatically turned off. The virus is taking thousands of lives and jobs, and is forcing us to live in is... learn more
In the backdrop of COVID-19 crisis and on the eve of the UN General Assembly that will in fact discuss the UN reforms, the Foundation for European Progressive Studies has launched an ambitious project, structured in several successive stepsand with the involvement of high-level experts f... learn more
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