9th FEPS Young Academic Network Seminar

9th FEPS Young Academic Network Seminar The FEPS YAN is scheduled to meet for the […]

01 - 04/11/2012
00:00:00 - 00:00:00
9th FEPS Young Academic Network Seminar
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9th FEPS Young Academic Network Seminar

The FEPS YAN is scheduled to meet for the 9th time already in the hospitable premises of Renner Institut, who partners with FEPS in this exciting initiative aimed at bringing together young, progressive and promising scholars from all over Europe.

The session will be devoted to closing of the ongoing 2nd cycle, being an opportunity to put forward a strategy of the dissemination of the currently elaborated papers. There will be an opportunity for the FEPS YAN members to discuss the final findings also with the Chair of the FEPS Next Left Research Programme, Dr. Alfred Gusenbauer.

Furthermore, it is foreseen that the themes and working methods of the new rounds will be broadly discussed, which is why FEPS is opening also a Call for New Members of FEPS YAN.

Shall you have additional queries, please do not hesitate to contact: A.Skrzypek, FEPS Senior Research Fellow at ania.skrzypekfeps-europe.eu or Judit Tanczos, FEPS Policy Advisor at judit.tanczosfeps-europe.eu


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