FEPS Next Left Focus and Working Group Meeting in conjunction with the National Round Table


19 - 21/03/2017
00:00:00 - 00:00:00
FEPS Next Left Focus and Working Group Meeting in conjunction with the National Round Table

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FEPS Next Left Focus and Working Groups will convene on 19th and 20th March 2017 in Barcelona, Spain for a meeting that will close the ongoing cycle and design the themes that the respective Members will research in the new round. The seminar is already the 3rd activity focused on debating Future of Progressivism, that is being organised in cooperation with Rafael Campalans Foundation and Renner Institute. Therefore following the earlier tradition, it will features two sessions: internal (on Sunday) and public (on Monday), which will focus on  the theme “Reclaiming the debate on inequalities – Politticising the discourse, connecting with voters”,  The very rich programme is designed in a way that will enable discussing how the new progressive proposals deriving from the papers completed in the course of 2016 can be formulated to resonate and inspire in the context of the recent developments within European politics and within the progressive parties.   

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Fundació Rafael Campalans
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