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03/05/2022

Healthy democracy & democratic health

As vaccines allow a gradual return to a “new normal”, this book offers an invitation […]
06/04/2022

Labour and the past, present and future of Work

Most of us spend most of our time at work. Work is what we do, […]
24/02/2022

The Circular Economy and Green Jobs in the EU and Beyond

The circular economy is a model of production and consumption that is underpinned by a […]
15/02/2022

Three ideas for a stronger Social Europe in a post- Covid 19 recovery

Policy Study by FEPS Young Academic Network (FEPS YAN) Through its eclectic 20 principles, the […]
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Upcoming
07 - 09/07/2022
Reggio Emilia (Italy)

ProgressivesSpeakUp: School of young local politicians

School for young local leaders, 7 – 9 July, Reggio Emilia (IT) This year’s School of […]
Past
22/04/2022
Palermo (Italy)

Healthy Democracy: Inequalities and the pandemic

22 April 2022, Palermo (Italy) The pandemic and the various public health measures adopted to tackle its […]
21/02/2022

European Health Union – not wishful thinking but a reflection of Europeans’ real concerns

Hybrid Event, 21 February 2021,  Brussels Network Office – International Press Centre,  The time has […]
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News
10/05/2022

Call to participants: Training Days for Social Business

Switzerland, September 3rd 2022
25/01/2021

Joint Progressive Call for the right to housing

Our housing system is broken. Over 85 million people in the European Union are overburdened […]
18/11/2020

Progressive leaders, academics and activists call for a European Child Union

Even before the pandemic, 23 million children in the EU were at risk of poverty […]
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In the media

COVID-19 could be incentive to give EU more health powers – Euractiv

by Euractiv 03/03/2022

UNited for a fairer and more sustainable recovery – EURACTIV

14/12/2021

Three worrisome facts about adult learning and one proposal – EURACTIV

13/12/2021

Por qué los jóvenes de hoy viven peor que sus padres – EL MUNDO

05/06/2021

Por qué los jóvenes de hoy viven mejor que sus padres – EL MUNDO

05/06/2021
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Audiovisual

#CallToEurope – 2021 Highlights 

#117 FEPS Talks: How COVID changed the labour market?

#112 FEPS Talks: The acceleration of Social Europe: achievements and EU legitimacy

Discover the 2022 Progressive Yearbook!

Progressive Yearbook: Looking back to look ahead

COVID Recovery, Guy Ryder (ILO DG): “We need global solutions”

Network and Team

David Rinaldi

Director of Studies and Policy
David supervises and coordinates FEPS’ scientific quality and consultancy capacity, ensuring the policy-relevance and impact […]

Nikita Sanaullah 

Policy Analyst on Economic and Social Affairs
Nikita works as a Policy Analyst on Economic and Social Affairs at FEPS. Before joining […]

Euléane Omez

Project Management Coordinator
Euléane holds a joint Master degree in European studies from the Universities of Göttingen and […]
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