Events

Monday, 03.05.21 | Event

Day of Progressive Economic Policy 2021

VIDEO: Catch up on the international FES conference on inequality, climate justice, value and recovery.


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Tuesday, 13.04.21 | Event

VIDEO: On the Corona Frontline: The Experiences of Care Workers in England

Watch back on our report launch event on care workers and trade unions in the pandemic.


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Thursday, 25.02.21 | Security and Defense | Event

UN-Resolution 1325 / Feminist Foreign Policy

When UN-Resolution 1325 was passed 20 years ago, it was celebrated as a milestone in the history of gender equality. Yet, women still often remain excluded from formal peace processes and post-conflict power structures.


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Thursday, 18.02.21 - Online | Event

Digital conference: Unboxing Hate Speech

We cordially invite you to help to unpack the toxic package that is hate speech and to develop counter-strategies.


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Wednesday, 18.11.20 - Berlin | Our Digital Future | Event

The Economy and the Labour Market in Crisis – Is the Pandemic Accelerating Change? With Matthew Taylor

Digitalisation, structural change and demographic change are leading to upheavals in the labour market.


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Love Thy Country - Can Patriotism be Reclaimed by the Left?

In this podcast, Another Europe and guests discuss a perennial question for the left today: can place, nationality and patriotism play a part in progressive politics?


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Thursday, 27.02.20 - London | The Good Society | Event

The Good Society – Strategic Positioning of the Left

Following the tenth anniversary of the multi-faceted debate on how to build the Good Society as a project for the democratic Left, FES London hosted a conference in London to reflect upon the strategic positioning of the Left.


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Thursday, 21.11.19 - London | Event

18th British-German Trade Union Forum

FES London held its annual Trade Union Forum at UNISON in London, hosting delegates from British and German trade unions.


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Monday, 09.09.19 - Brighton | The Good Society | Event

Is Thursday the New Friday? The Future of Working Time and the Four-Day Week

Debate around a four-day week in the UK has been gathering momentum over the last two years. This panel discussion, hosted by IPA and FES at this years TUC Congress, explored the prospects of shorter working time.


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Tuesday, 09.07.19 - London | Brexit | Event

Brexit and the UK’s environmental ambitions

In light of the current climate crisis, FES and IPPR jointly hosted a panel discussion on the consequences of Brexit on the UK’s environmental policy.


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