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Upcoming Events
Events
Progressive Yearbook launch
26 January


Watch the launch of the third edition of FEPS’ most unique yearly publication: the Progressive Yearbook.

On this occasion, Roberto Gualtieri was named Progressive Person of the Year, and he participated in this event, together with some of the Yearbook authors.

🎤 Find out what they said here!
▢️ Watch the book trailer and our 2021 highlights summary
📗 Read the Progressive Yearbook 2022

Barbara Prammer Symposium
Living free from violence. The Istanbul Convention and its perspectives
24 January


The Barbara Prammer Symposium, the annual event by the SPΓ– Parliamentary Group, the SPΓ– Women’s Organisation, FEPS and the Karl-Renner-Institut took place on 24 January. Watch it now!
Publications
Strategic Autonomy

FEPS’ Progressive Yearbook has become a tradition and is now close to the heart of the progressive political family in Brussels and beyond.

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

The third edition of this publication focuses on transversal European issues that have left a mark on 2021 and insightful future-looking analyses for the new year.

The past year has brought important changes which might amount to a new trend in Europe.
Discover what and why here!
News
FEPS has named Roberto Gualtieri – recently-elected mayor of Rome – Progressive Person of the Year. The announcement took place during the launch event of the Progressive Yearbook 2022, FEPS’ flagship yearly publication.

Roberto Gualtieri has been awarded this recognition thanks to his endeavour as former finance minister and MEP and for being one of the architects of the progressive change in Italy.

Find out more here.

Fep

If you are a young PhD candidate or a researcher, don’t miss this opportunity! The 8th cycle of FEPS YAN – by FEPS and the Karl-Renner-Institut- will start next summer.

FEPS YAN will give you the opportunity to: get involved in the debate about the future of Europe; conduct research and contribute to policy papers; meet progressive politicians, academics and civil society representatives; and belong to a vibrant community!

The last 40 years have seen a remarkable – and prolonged – global experiment in inequality. While the post-war years of social reform led a new drive towards greater equality, that trend was then set in reverse. Today most rich nations are significantly more unequal than in the 1980s. Read more

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