Activity Report ‘More Europe vs. No Europe’

Here you can read the activity report of the FEPS Next Left National Roundtable debate […]


Here you can read the activity report of the FEPS Next Left National Roundtable debate ‘More Europe vs No Europe: Europarties and Euroscepticism in the 2014 European Elections’ that took place 7th April in Rome, Italy. This event was jointly organised by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Fondazione Italianeuropei. The attached report has been written by Nicola Genga, Member of the FEPS Young Academics Network. The papers written by Dr. Eleonora Poli, Researcher at Istituto Affari Internazionale Dr. Ania, Senior Research Fellow at the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, that functioned as the basis of the debate and the commentary written by Dr. David J. Bailey, Lecturer at Birmingham University and member of the FEPS Next Left Working Group, will be available soon in hard copy and a digital version through FEPS’ and Italianieuropei’s website.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Senior Research Fellow at or Ischi Graus, FEPS Events Coordinator at

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