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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 68 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

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Publications
30/01/2023

Delivering on the Child Guarantee

An assessment of the national plans' responses towards fighting inequalities in access to childcare
25/01/2023

Progressive Yearbook 2023

Looking back to look ahead
19/01/2023

Next Left Vol.13

Progressive proposals for turbulent times: How to boost the political, organizational and electoral potential
18/01/2023

Next Left Vol.12

Progressivism after Covid: Experiences, impulses, ideas
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Events
Upcoming
07/02/2023
FEPS HQ, Brussels (Expert meeting)

The path towards a socially just Fit for 55 Package

FEPS Policy Study launch
15/02/2023
FEPS HQ, Brussels (Expert meeting)

Trade and global supply chains in 2030

Foresight series: The long-term implications of the war in Ukraine
Past
25/01/2023
Stockholm, Sweden (Closed-door)

Security at work in an uncertain world

FEPS and Progressive Britain roundtable on the future of work
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News
26/01/2023

Grzegorz Pietruczuk is FEPS Progressive Person of the Year

FEPS Progressive Person of the Year 2023
13/01/2023

New manifesto giving international impetus to Lula da Silva’s environmental policy

FEPS President, among the 50 scientists and former politicians from Brazil and Portugal who signed the manifesto
20/12/2022

How to make the best use of the Resilience and Recovery Fund

The first results of the Recovery Watch research project were presented to the Italian public in Rome on 15 December
10/12/2022

Multiannual research project: Disinformation about migration in the EU

How to counteract disinformation effectively?