Events

03.07.2018 | Event

"The Politics of Migration: Where next for progressive immigration policies?"

Immigration control has been at the centre stage of British politics for over a decade. However, since the referendum, the issue has fallen down the agenda. Polling evidence suggests that concerns about immigration have lost salience among the public’s concerns. Labour’s strategy on migration has...


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Saturday, 23.06.18 - London | Event

100 Years of Suffrage - Our Vote, Our Voice

To mark the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, which gave millions of British women the right to vote, FES London and the Fabian Society hosted the all-day Women's Conference “100 Years of Suffrage: Our Vote, Our Voice”.


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Thursday, 31.05.18 - London | Event

vEUws on Brexit: the Franco-German agenda

In partnership with Policy Network and the Aston Centre for Europe, FES London hosted the panel discussion “vEUws on Brexit: the Franco-German Agenda”.


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Monday, 05.03.18 - London | Event

Mediating Populism - Report Launch

In partnership with Demos and the Berlin-based think-tank Das Progressive Zentrum, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung launched a new report on "Mediating Populism" on Monday, 05th March 2018.


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Thursday, 14.12.17 - London | Event

Lifelong Learning in the UK: Taking lessons from abroad

As a result of a joint project between FES London and the Fabian Society, Cameron Tait from the Changing Work Centre presented his report “New Tricks – Innovative Approaches to Lifelong Learning” on 14 December 2017. The expert roundtable was chaired by Yvette Cooper, Labour MP, with contributions...


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Thursday, 16.11.17 - Sheffield | Event

"BYOB": Bring Your Own Brexit!

How can young people participate in the politics and processes 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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