22/04/2024
15:00 - 18:15
Vienna, Austria
The transformation of the European mainstream right and its impact on (social) democracy 
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Following the policy launch in Brussels, Monday, 22. April 2024 marks the official launch day of the policy study ‘The transformation of the European mainstream right and its impact on (social) democracy‘ in one of the analysed case study countries namely Austria. The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), the Karl Renner Institut, and the Fondation Jean Jaure present the key findings and continue the discussion on the evolving political landscape around the centre-right in Europe

During expert roundtables policy makers and academics will explore the overlapping ideologies and pivotal differences of mainstream and centre right parties, with a spotlight on national dynamics, notably in Austria. 

These discussions will be followed by insightful analysis of electoral support and rejection across Western Europe. By scrutinising the gap between election outcomes and latent voter support, our experts will shed light on strategic opportunities and challenges for social democratic parties

Navigating the interplay between political ideologies and electoral dynamics is complex. Therefore, a main focus will lie on the question of how especially the social democratic parties can better exploit their respective potential. 

For more information regarding this event, please do not hesitate to contact Julia Wild, Project Officer (julia.wild@feps-europe.eu).

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