The FEPS Next Left Focus Group will meet for the second time this year, to discuss the mid-term outcomes of the research that respective members have been concluding.
The session will be chaired by Dr. Alfred Gusenbauer and among the themes are: How progressive values can contribute to redefining macroeconomic policies?; Attitudes to Social Justice in post-crisis Europe; Good work in globalised labour markets; The Next Social Contract – a new vision for European Society; A New Social Europe – and role of trade unions on the way to it.
Additionally, the session will be devoted to summarizing the outcomes of the recent FEPS – RI Next Left mission to Harvard Law School, as also the two Next Left Round Tables in Riga and Barcelona.
Last but not least, the organizers envisage also an exchange with representatives of the PES in charge of initiative “Progressive Societies”.
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