Motivated to feed and influence the debate around the Future of European Democracy as well as coming forward with forward-looking solutions to further democratize the European project, FEPS intends to develop new initiatives and pursue existing ones in view of deepening EU democracy whilst empowering EU citizens and young people especially, fighting populism with progressive answers and last but not least by ceasing the opportunity that the digital revolution can bring about in enabling a stronger civic participation in political discussions and democratic processes.
Friday 29: European University Institute, Villa Salviati, Historical Archives of the European Union Saturday 30: Casa del Popolo 25learn more
The Foundation for European Progressive Studies in cooperation with Associazione Socialismo will promote a cycle of lectures by authoritative academics to belearn more
Social democratic political parties in Europe are increasingly challenged in their role as actors and engines of economic and societal change. Globalisation, thelearn more
The State of Populism in Europe is an initiative that aims to shed a deeper understanding of the root causes of the populismlearn more
Since its first edition in 2011, Call to Europe has become the signature conference of FEPS and a reference point for the progressive family in Europe. This is due to its capacity of bringing together a unique multi-stakeholder community of progressive politicians, civil society and media tolearn more
The long-standing research project of FEPS “The Millennial Dialogue” brought about fascinating insights with regards to the aspirations and expectations of the so-called Millennial generation (those aged 15 – 35, born between 1980 – 2000) towards politics and political systems.
Partners involved Policy Solutions, Táncsics, FJJ, DPZ, FES Budapest, Kalevi Sorsa, Nenni Foundation
Progressive parties are in a defense position in most EU member states. From an electoral perspective, social democrats have been challenged by populist forces fromlearn more