Brexit: towards a "no deal"? Debate with Denis Macshane
While the outcome of negotiations on the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union is still uncertain, FEPS and the Jean-Jaurès Foundation receive Denis MacShane, former British Minister for European Affairs, for a debate led by Renaud Thillaye.
If the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union is scheduled for March 29, 2019, the question remains...
Reforming the EU: From Reflection to Political Action ...
On 13 September 2018, FEPS and the Jean Jaurès Foundation invite you to join a further reflection exercise on where politics should take us. With contributions by:
• Peter Bofinger
• Marco Buti
• Gesine Schwan
• Michael Vincent
The ‘reflection’ period fed by the White Paper on the Future of Europe, including many reflection and position papers offered by the European...
Open Left, Next Left Conference
The event is the 6th annual symposium organised by FEPS, Policy Network and Renner Institut. As in the past, this year’s event consist of a conference, in a participatory workshop format, of 50-60 invited guests, who will be a mix of academics, commentators and political practitioners drawn from the EU and the UK.
The theme will allow exploring the possibilities for a new...
Who owns Europe?
Policy Roundtable (invitation-only)
At FEPS office
11:00 - 13:00
Part of an 18-month joint research project examining different aspects of ownership across Europe, this policy roundtable will discuss the ownership of land and water and energy utilities. Sean Kippen, research academic will present his essay as a base to the discussion.
Call to Europe - Let’s change the mode: The Bulgarian...
The first public event in the framework of our research project under the same name. There will be a series of events across Bulgaria with a large public debate at the end of the process to bring together our findings.
With Insitute for Social Integration
Programme will be available soon
Call to Europe in Corinthia, Austria
Event with Renner Institut.
More details to follow