European public opinions and migration: Achieving common progressive narratives


00:00 - 00:00
Brussels, Belgium
European public opinions and migration: Achieving common progressive narratives

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The workshop European public opinions and migration: Achieving common progressive narratives is the last of series of closed door event organised by Foundation for European Progressive Studies, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, the Fondazione Pietro Nenni and the Fondation Jean-Jaurès with the aim of analysing and discussing public opinion behaviours in seven EU member states (Austria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Sweden, United Kingdom) vis-à-vis one of the current most controversial topics, that is migration, and formulating recommendations to national and European policymakers ahead of the upcoming European elections.

In the course of this last workshop, the outcome of the research will be illustrated and discussed with representatives of progressive parties from all over Europe and independent policy and communication advisers.

The results of the study and the recommendations will be made available to the wider public in due course.

This is a closed-door event.

Fondation Jean-Jaurès
Fondazione Pietro Nenni
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