17:00 - 19:30
FEPS HQ, Brussels
Progressive Yearbook launch 2023

In order to give you access to our events, FEPS processes your personal data together with any other organiser of this event mentioned in the description of the event and in accordance with 'FEPS’ data protection policy.

We launched the fourth edition of one of our most unique yearly publications, the Progressive Yearbook 2023. On the same occasion, our Secretary General, László Andor, revealed and interviewed FEPS personality of the year.

With the mission of bringing forward analyses of the key political developments of the year, the Progressive Yearbook 2023 focused on transversal European issues that had left a mark on 2022, and brought insightful future-looking analysis for the new year. This yearly edition counted 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 was moderated by László ANDOR, FEPS Secretary General

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

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

Did you miss the launch of the Progressive Yearbook? Don’t worry, you can watch it here

Watch here the pictures of the event

Progressive Yearbook Launch  14
Related events

Progressive Yearbook launch


Progressive Yearbook launch


Online presentation: Progressive Yearbook

Related publications

Progressive Yearbook 2023

Looking back to look ahead
Find all related publications

The transformation of the mainstream right and its impact on (social) democracy


Expected labour market effects of the Green Deal Industrial Plan

The potential of labour policy for Just Transition regions

Labour migration in the Western Balkans

Balkan Focus series

A European feminist foreign policy?

The need for a progressive and transformative approach
Find all related events

Call to Europe – The future is social

Pécs, Hungary

Taxing the richest in the EU

For a Just, social and green transition in Hungary
Budapest, Hungary

What makes a party Left-Wing?

Training activity
Find all related news

FEPS welcomes the signing of the La Hulpe Declaration


FEPS supports the declaration of Portimão calling for affordable housing in the EU

Affordable housing needs Europe, Europe needs affordable housing

Interview with Maria João Rodrigues on the need for EU treaty changes with Euronews


FEPS President on Euronews talk-show ‘Brussels, my love?’

NATO extension, Portuguese elections, far-right and gender equality were the topics of the debate
Find all related in the media
In the media

EU-VÍZIÓ, Dull Szabolcs újságíró Andor Lászlóval beszélget

by MÚOSZ Magyar Újságírók Országos Szövetsége 11/04/2024
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the EU great Eastern enlargement, FEPS Secretary General László Andor talks, in this video interview to the Hungarian Journalists' Association, the functioning of the Commission and its further development.

Sustainable democracies need a sustainable media sector, says Jourová

by EURACTIV 02/04/2024
FEPS President Maria João Rodrigues discusses AI and journalism at Stars4Media event

The EU pursues make-believe in Bosnia

by Financial Times 23/03/2024
Financial Times featured our policy brief 'Bosnia-Herzegovina', which analyses the journey of BiH's EU membership and the necessary reforms to make it happen

AI won’t replace quality journalism, but sector needs safeguarding, says socialist think tank head

by Euractiv 18/03/2024
Interview with FEPS President on the role of media in Europe’s future