FEPS Newsletter 26 Jan 2024 – Teresa Ribera, FEPS Progressive Person of the Year!

26/01/2024
πŸ“… FEPS Newsletter: Teresa Ribera, FEPS Progressive Person of the Year!
Progressive Yearbook Launch
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Upcoming Events
Our launch event for the Progressive Yearbook and the presentation of this year’s Progressive Person of the Year drew a full house! It was a joy to meet so many good friends at what is an established and thriving tradition to launch the new year. Couldn’t make it? Find here a full recap!
NEWS
Spanish Minister Teresa Ribera awarded FEPS β€˜Progressive Person of the Year’

Teresa Ribera, Third Vice-President of the Spanish Government and Minister for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, is FEPS Progressive Person of the Year!

Ribera is an outstanding leader and international policymaker in the fight against climate change who has helped European socialists develop a robust climate agenda over the past decade.

FEPS awards the title of Progressive Person of the Year to social democratic leaders who contributed to the most important progressive policy initiatives of the past year. Previous recipients include Frans Timmermans, Sanna Marin, and Roberto Gualtieri.

The award ceremony occurred during the launch of the fifth edition of the Progressive Yearbook.

🗞️ Read the news about the award, echoed by Spanish media such as Agencia EFE and Europa Press news agencies
📺 Watch the video of the award ceremony!
📕 Read the interview with Teresa Ribera, included in the Progressive Yearbook
🎧 Watch or listen to the interview on YouTube and Spotify | Apple Podcast

The Progressive Yearbook is now available!
In its fifth edition, FEPS invites you to explore and reflect on the most significant developments of the previous year and imagines what the future has in store for 2024.

Within this latest volume, we prepare ourselves for a transformative year marked by pivotal elections. While casting a spotlight on the European Parliament elections, our attention extends to the broader political landscape within the EU, which is on the verge of transformation, shaping the Europe ahead.

This yearly edition counts on renowned authors’ contributions, including academics, politicians, and civil society representatives.

The Progressive Yearbook launch took place on January 24 at FEPS headquarters. Besides the award ceremony for Spanish VP Teresa Ribera, the event also included a panel with some of the authors of the Yearbook’s chapters.

Couldn’t make it? No worries!

📷 Have a look at the event’s pictures!
📺 Watch the video of the Progressive Yearbook launch and Progressive Person of the Year award ceremony!
📕 And download the Progressive Yearbook!
OBITUARY

On 28 January 2024, the world will bid the final farewell to Ed (John Edward) Broadbent, former leader of the Canadian New Democratic Party and Chair of Broadbent Institute, who passed away at the age of 87 on the 11th of this month.

Ed Broadbent left us with an incredible legacy and many memories about grand political achievements, acts of political integrity, and lessons on how to implement the ideals of respect and equality in political life (…) Read the full tribute by Ania Skrzypek, FEPS Director for Research and Training.
DOSSIER

This new Progressive Post dossier aims to highlight the importance of the EU’s social rights, for every European citizen, and especially as the centre-piece of the upcoming electoral campaign, as, ultimately, these European elections will be about the European society we want for the future.
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