The recent European elections are bringing new hope for the future of the European project and a progressive one. On the one hand, the predicted national-populist wave had a surge in several countries, but a contained one. On the other hand, the higher turn-out was driven by more European citizens willing to vote for a more active Europe in forward-looking causes: climate change, social fairness, digital governance, tax justice and democratic standards.
Online, 8 April 2022 On 8 April, we looked at the election result in Hungary and the impact […]
To inspire Europe: insights from the success story of social democracy in Spain (Prague)
FEPS is particularly thrilled to hold a reflection session in Prague upon the invitation of […]
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