7th FEPS Young Academics’ Network Seminar

FEPS Young Academics Network will hold its 7th Seminar in the hospitable premises of Renner […]

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7th FEPS Young Academics’ Network Seminar
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FEPS Young Academics Network will hold its 7th Seminar in the hospitable premises of Renner Institute in Vienna. The upcoming meeting will be devoted in a large extend to a review of the first drafts of the research papers, which respective working groups with FEPS YAN have been busy completing in the past 8 months. These initial theses will also be then a basis for a conversation with Dr. Alfred GUSENBAUER, Chair of the Next Left Research programme – who is expected to address the gathering at the opening. Next to scientific exchange, the seminar will also be an opportunity to advance the efforts to consolidate and strenghten the Network itself, in relation to which the admission of several new members is foreseen.

For more information please contact members of FEPS team in charge of FEPS YAN’s coordination: Ania Skrzypek ania.skrzypek@feps-europe.eu or Judit Tanczos judit.tanczos@feps-europe.eu.

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