26/01/2023
17:00 - 19:30
FEPS HQ, Brussels

We are launching the fourth edition of one of our most unique yearly publications, the Progressive Yearbook 2023. On the same occasion, our Secretary General, László Andor, will reveal and interview FEPS personality of the year.

With the mission of bringing forward analyses of the key political developments of the year, the Progressive Yearbook focuses on transversal European issues that have left a mark on 2022, and brings insightful future-looking analysis for the new year. This yearly edition counts on renowned authors’ contributions, including academics, politicians, and civil society representatives.

Among the speakers:

  • Maria João RODRIGUES, FEPS President
  • Agnes JONGERIUS, Member of the European Parliament, Progressive Alliance of the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament
  • László ANDOR, FEPS Secretary General
  • Izabela SURWILLO, Postdoctoral Researcher (Copenhagen)
  • Jack THOMPSON, Lecturer in American Studies (Amsterdam)
  • Ana CHUPESKA, Political Scientist (Skopje)
  • Daniel KOPP, former editor-in-chief of the IPS Journal
  • Grzegorz PIETRUCZUK, Mayor of Bielany District, Warsaw
  • Pascal LAMY, Coordinator of the Jacques Delors Think Tanks (Paris, Berlin, Brussels), President of Paris Peace Forum, Former DG of WTO, Former Trade Commissioner (European Commission)

The event is moderated by László ANDOR, FEPS Secretary General

For more information, please contact Sophia Christodoulou at sophia.christodoulou@feps-europe.eu

You can watch the live streaming of the Progressive Yearbook Launch here at 18:00

If you are interested in receiving a hard copy of the Progressive Yearbook 2023, don’t hesitate to register here

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