Events

Wednesday, 14.09.16 | Event

The Refugee Crisis: A European Solution

In cooperation with the International Group of the Fabian Society the FES London held a timely event on one of the most pressing issues in Europe with the title “The refugee crisis: A European solution”.


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Monday, 11.07.16 | Security and Defense | Event

British-German Dialogue on Defence and Security Policies 2016

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London and the Royal United Service Institute (RUSI) hosted the annual British-German dialogue on security and defence policies.


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Tuesday, 05.07.16 | Event

The future of collective voice: what role for trade unions in the 21st century economy?

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London (FES) in partnership with The New Economics Foundation (NEF) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) organised a discussion on the role of trade unions in fostering economic prosperity.


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Thursday, 30.06.16 | Event

British-German Dialogue Forum 2016

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London hosted its annual British-German parliamentary dialogue forum in the midst of the political turmoil caused by the Brexit vot


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Wednesday, 15.06.16 | Event

"Gen Y bother": Is the EU referendum debate reaching the youth vote?

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London and CoVi presented interim results of a forthcoming joint analysis of a possible generational divide in attitudes to British relations towards the European Union.


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Monday, 13.06.16 | Event

Fabian Society Pamphlet Launch – ‘A Unique Contribution’

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London in cooperation with the Fabian Society launched a new report on taxation that proposes a one-off levy on the passive wealth of the super-rich.


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Monday, 18.04.16 | Event

What is the long-term impact of the generational divide in attitudes to Europe?

Several polls show that people aged 18-34 are more likely to vote to remain in the European Union than older generations.


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Tuesday, 05.04.16 | Event

Solidarity and Free Movement: Promoting workers’ rights in the debate on EU migration

FES London invited representatives from trade unions in Germany and the UK and experts from a variety of NGOs to a half day conference to discuss how to successfully engage with the question of worker’s rights in the ongoing debate on immigration into the UK.


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Thursday, 21.01.16 | Our Digital Future | Event

The Digital Society – Developments and Policy Changes

The Digital Revolution is permeating our daily lives on many levels and the velocity of change is likely to become even higher in the coming years.


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Tuesday, 19.01.16 | Event

Launch Event: Outward to the World

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung together with the Fabian Society hosted the Launch Event of the joint publication “Outward to the World” at the British Parliament.


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