FEPS Next Left Symposium

The FEPS Next Left Focus Group and the FEPS Next Left Working Group on eurodemocracy […]

11 - 14/12/2014
00:00:00 - 00:00:00
FEPS Next Left Symposium

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The FEPS Next Left Focus Group and the FEPS Next Left Working Group on eurodemocracy and europarties will gather on 12th – 13th December 2014 for the annual end-of-the year symposium.

The meeting, organized with the support of Renner Institut, in presence of representatives from PES, S&D Group and FEPS Young Academics Network will take place in the hospitable premises of FEPS and will be presided by Dr. Alfred Gusenbauer, Chair of the FEPS Next Left Research Programme.

The exciting, fully packed agenda will feature: the presentations of the research papers (as developed by the respective Groups’ members in the course of this year and amended through 3 subsequent peer-reviews); the discussion focused especially on eventual contradictive findings and the final formulation of common recommendations; and last but not least – also the exchange of views regarding the plans for 2015 in presence of Dr. Ernst Stetter, FEPS Secretary General.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact: Dr. Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Senior Research Fellow at ania.skrzypek@feps-europe.eu 

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