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The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) is the think tank of the progressive political family at EU level. Our mission is to develop innovative research, policy advice, training and debates to inspire and inform socialist and social democratic politics and policies across Europe.

FEPS works in close partnership with a solid network of 74 member organisations, boosting coherence among stakeholders from the world of politics, academia and civil society at local, regional, national, European and global levels. More

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Economy

Digital & Industrial Policy

Environment

World

Gender Equality

Social

Migration

Political Europe

Democracy

Next Left

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Publications
05/03/2024

A European feminist foreign policy?

The need for a progressive and transformative approach
01/03/2024

The transformation of the mainstream right in Western Europe

Implications for social democracy
01/03/2024

Next Left Vol. 15

Progressive Ambition: How to shape Europe in the next decade
29/02/2024

The European Political Community

Informality as a key to success
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Events
Upcoming
16 - 18/04/2024
FEPS HQ (Expert meeting)

Progressive visions for the future of EU enlargement 

18/04/2024
FEPS HQ

The transformation of the mainstream right in Western Europe

Implications for Social Democracy
Past
10/02/2023
Budapest, Hungary

What makes a party Left-Wing?

Training activity
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Progressive Post
11/04/2024

Irish unity – to be pursued with care

04/04/2024

The Democratic Shield: safeguarding democracy in the age of AI

04/04/2024

Defending democracy in the digital world

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News
05/04/2024

FEPS supports the declaration of Portimão calling for affordable housing in the EU

Affordable housing needs Europe, Europe needs affordable housing
05/04/2024

FEPS stands with Zita Gurmai against persecution from Orban regime

02/04/2024

Interview with Maria João Rodrigues on the need for EU treaty changes with Euronews

18/03/2024

FEPS President on Euronews talk-show ‘Brussels, my love?’

NATO extension, Portuguese elections, far-right and gender equality were the topics of the debate