Events

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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Thursday, 16.03.17 - London | Event

Identity Politics - Overcoming Restraints of the Left

Heimat was a key concept used by Norbert Hofer and his campaign team in the presidential election in Austria. In doing so he utilised a tactic common amongst populists today of tapping into a sense of identity and using terms such as patriotism for their own good. The progressive left is too...


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Wednesday, 01.03.17 | Our Digital Future | Event

Work 4.0 in the Digital Society

FES London and IPPR hosted a workshop on the transformation of the labour markets fuelled by digitisation and automation.


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Wednesday, 15.02.17 | Event

The European Union - Forgotten Guarantor of Peace and Prosperity in (Northern) Ireland

The FES London office organised a roundtable debate on the consequences Brexit might have for the future of the Irish Island.


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Thursday, 01.12.16 | Brexit | Event

Consequences of Brexit for European Security and Defence

FES London in cooperation with RUSI hosted a workshop to discuss the consequences of Brexit for European security and defence.


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Monday, 05.12.16 | Event

Brexit for millennials – How can young people be involved in the politics and process of Brexit?

In cooperation with CoVi, the FES London hosted an interactive workshop on the question “What do young people want from Brexit”.


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Wednesday, 07.12.16 | Our Digital Future | Event

The impacts of digitisation on women in the labour market

FES London and the Fabian Women’s Network organized a roundtable event to provide insights in the ongoing digitisation debate and explore particularly what women will face by the transformation of the labour markets.


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Tuesday, 06.12.16 | Event

“Us vs Them” How the Left wins back ground lost to the populists

The FES London in cooperation with the International Group of the Fabian Society organised an panel discussion to compare the German and English perspectives on the common challenge of rising political populism.


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