Europe is again at a crossroad. 2019 will bring the first secession from the Union, while economy, immigration, and social welfare remain high on the agenda. The European Parliament elections provide an important measuring point, although the Commission and its program is still formed by the national governments.
What will Europe look like in five years? How will the monetary union develop? What is the future of social Europe? Is the direction towards tighter federation or looser union of nations?
These and other Europe-related topics will be discussed by academics, politicians and the civil society in Call to Europe -seminar in Helsinki.
The event is free of charge, but for catering purposes we ask you to sign up here. The event is in English with translation into Finnish in the morning sessions.
The Foundation for European Progressive Studies in cooperation with the Fondazione Pietro Nenni will launch on October 26 in Rome (10h30, Sede Confederale della UIL, vial Lucullo 6) the second edition of the cycle of training Go Beyond, that this year will focus on democracy, culture, cohesion... learn more
In view of the European elections, with our democracies being confronted with the rise of populism and conservatism, the Jean-Jaurès Foundation and the European Foundation for Progressive Studies (FEPS) are organizing a conference on what is at stake for the Union in 2019. What are the democra... learn more
Call to Europe Madrid will address two key topics that are at the heart on how we, progressives, frame a vision for more just, egalitarian and prosperous societies: Urban Ecosystem (accessible housing for all and energy efficiency) and Feminism as a Dam to the Authoritarianism. They both... learn more