Events

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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Thursday, 04.07.19 - London | Event

Private Roundtable on Just Transition

In the context of London’s first Climate Action Week, FES and the New Economics Foundation hosted a roundtable discussion on Just Transition, bringing together leading British and German researchers, MPs and trade unionists.


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Monday, 20.05.19 to Tuesday, 21.05.19 - London | Event

Project Housing: How to tackle the housing crisis?

The causes, consequences and control of the ongoing housing crisis in the UK and Germany were the central issues discussed at this year’s British-German Dialogue on Housing. In the two-day seminar “Project Housing: How to tackle the housing crisis”, British and German members of parliament,...


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Wednesday, 24.04.19 - London | Event

Europe's Climate Change Challenge

The FES/CER conference on „Europe’s Climate Change Challenge” explored Europe’s potential as a global climate leader. In three panels the participants examined Europe’s role in establishing and maintaining a global climate change regime. The conference aimed to analyse how Europeans can develop the...


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Thursday, 07.03.19 - London | Event

British-German Dialogue Forum on Defence and Security Policies 2019

At this year’s British-German Dialogue Forum, German and British Members of Parliament, academics and think-tankers were discussing defence and security policies in changing world orders. Main emphasis was being put on US-policies under Trump and its impact on security in Europe, the role of NATO...


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Tuesday, 30.10.18 - London | Event

British-German Dialogue Forum 2018

Under the heading "In spite of Brexit - How to stay closely aligned?", German and British MP's, academics as well as think-tankers were discussing the future of the British-German relations, the European Left, the cosmopolitan–communitarian divide and common approaches in countering populism.


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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 | Brexit | 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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