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Call to Europe (online conference)

Welcome to the Call to Europe IX – version 2.0! This year FEPS' flagship initiative will start with two day online conference through Zoom and FB Live. This is just a beginning of an exciting intellectual and political adventure - if YOU stay tuned in, will keep YOU at the heart of the crucial progressive European debates until the conference that we will hold in FEPS new headquarters in December!

We have been determined to make our Call to Europe about something that is in the hearts and minds of everyone: Climate Justice and Gender Equality.

We feel the responsibility of making sure that The EU Green Deal and a new Roadmap to Gender Equality and are at the heart of all the post-COVID strategies for Europe. And that is precisely the message we want to articulate now in June, when diverse paths are under discussions and the proposal for Multiannual Financial Framework is yet to arrive; and we will repeat in December – when we meet just a week ahead of the Summit.

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Wednesday, 10 June 2020 - Thursday, 11 June 2020

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  • UNited for a new multilateralism - Online International Conference

    September 18, 2020

    The escalating global health, climate and economic crises have led to a further deterioration of the world order as we knew it. Moreover, the current United Nations system, built 75 years ago in a very different context, has proved to be outdated to deal with new shared chal... learn more

  • Social and affordable housing

    September 22, 2020

    22nd September - 10.00 - 12.00

    Despite the consistent inequalities in access to housing across the EU and the striking consequences that all kind of housing-pathologies have in everyday lives of its citizens, the EU has no dir... learn more

  • Inequality and the top 10% in Europe

    September 23, 2020

    23rd September 2020 - 10.00 (GTM+1)/ 11.00 (CET)

    This event marks the launch of 4-country study on the financial position and attitudes towards inequality amongst the top 10% of income earners in four European countries: The UK, Spain, Sweden and ... learn more