Prioritising People & Planet: A New Agenda for Global Progress

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18/10/2018
00:00 - 00:00
Casa Árabe. Calle de Alcalá, 62, 28009 Madrid, Spain
Prioritising People & Planet: A New Agenda for Global Progress
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“We have the honour of hosting in Madrid on the 18th October 2018, three important figures of the progressive movement, Minister Josep Borrell, Mr. Felipe González, and Mr. Pascal Lamy, the chair of the group that co-authored the ‘Prioritising People and Planet’ FEPS declaration, to exchange views on the declaration and focus on how should we build a sustainable and progressive future for the generations to come. Joins us for this conversation!”

Opening remarks by Ania Skrzypek (FEPS)
Speakers: Josep Borrell, Felipe González and Pascal Lamy
Moderated by Rocío Martínez-Sampere (FGF)

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