Events

Thursday, 16.11.17 - Sheffield | Event

"BYOB": Bring Your Own Brexit!

How can young people participate in the politics and process of Brexit? With the objective of facilitating the discussion on Brexit, FES London and Common Vision (CoVi) hosted “BYOB”, a workshop for young people living in Brexit Britain. The event was supported by Sheffield Futures and Sheffield...


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Thursday, 14.09.17 - London | Event

Willy Brandt – The Legacy of a Rebel in Contemporary Context

With the words “Let’s dare more democracy”, Willy Brandt set in motion a young generation’s desire for more political participation and emancipation and encouraged masses of people to join the SPD. FES London hosted a panel debate that addressed Willy Brandt’s legacy in the contemporary context,...


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Friday, 08.09.17 - London | Event

#marx2018: Launch of the Karl Marx year

Karl Marx’s 200th birthday would have been in 2018. The FES will celebrate this with a series of seminars and conferences throughout the next year. In preparation for the upcoming events, FES London and FES Rome launched the Marx year with an international conference that looked at the perspective...


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Tuesday, 11.07.17 to Wednesday, 12.07.17 - London | Event

16th British-German Trade Union Forum

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London (FES), the German Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB) and the British Trades Union Congress (TUC) co-hosted a dialogue event with trade unionists and experts from Germany and the UK.


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Monday, 10.07.17 - London | Security and Defense | Event

British-German Dialogue on Defence and Security Policies

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London (FES) and the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) co-hosted an annual dialogue event on Security and Defence Policies in Europe. The British-German dialogue convened representatives from the House of Commons, the German Bundestag, and think tanks from the UK...


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Wednesday, 21.06.17 - Berlin | Event

British-German Dialogue

FES London hosted its annual British-German Dialogue in Berlin this year, bringing together MPs and experts from both countries for a bilateral exchange. The results of the UK General Election, the commencing Brexit negotiations and the upcoming elections in Germany provided a stimulating political...


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Wednesday, 03.05.17 - London | Event

Gender Representation in Local and Regional Politics – Lessons from Germany and the UK

Men have been dominating politics ever since and women are underrepresented in the political decision-making, which presents a democratic deficit. FES London and the Institute for Policy Research (IPPR) have launched a report that discusses gender balance in regional and local governments in the UK...


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Saturday, 22.04.17 - London | Event

The Big Challenge: Reimagining the Existing Economic Model

FES London and the Fabian Women’s Network hosted a conference on how to rethink the current economic model, bringing together a wide range of experts, policy-makers, and the interested public to discuss the challenges and opportunities our economies face today. Lifting female voices, which are often...


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Tuesday, 14.03.17 - London | Event

A New Economy: "Inclusivity in Action"

With the UK’s upcoming exit from the European Union and the EU's single market, Britain’s economy will change even faster in the next years. The importance of an inclusive economy has been stressed before and it is still an important topic of debate. FES London in cooperation with the Fabian Women’s...


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Thursday, 16.03.17 - London | Our Digital Future | Event

Future of Work - The Trade Union Perspective

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London in collaboration with the Involvement and Participation Association (IPA) invited trade union and business representatives as well as policy-makers to discuss the future of work in an advanced technological environment.


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