Monday 29th of June / 13:30 – 15:00 / Online meeting via Zoom
Climate change does not stop at borders, yet when it comes to climate policies within the European Union, questions of social justice are rarely prioritised. Perspectives of Africans, who are most vulnerable to the climate crisis despite contributing very little to it, are additionally not sufficiently taken into account. This meeting will gather stakeholders from both Europe and Africa about climate justice to share opinions about current EU climate policies, their global effects and ways they can be addressed.
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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
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
24th September - 17:30 -18:30
This publication launch is hosted by Progresiva. The results from the ‘Towards a Child Union’ will presented and discussed by European and Slovenian public policy and educational experts.
The Child Guarantee, as the ... learn more
FEPS together with the Foundation Max van der Stoel in the Netherlands (FMS) has initiated a research project to extend its work further on climate justice.
Currently, European climate policies mainly focus on the environmental issue and consist of multiple incoherencies. There islearn more