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SOLIDAR Social Progress Watch 2016 – A guideline to a rights-based approach for the European Pillar of Social Rights

By: SOLIDAR This report presents the main findings and general recommendations of the 2016 SOLIDAR Social Progress Watch regarding the ‘modernisation’ of social protection systems and access to services in the EU. The objective of the recommendations is to close the gaps in the current proposal for the European Pillar of Social Rights, in order […]

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Hungarian Politics in 2016

By: Gábor Győri. András Bíró-Nagy, Zoltán Pogátsa / Policy Solutions – FES Budapest “Hungarian Politics in 2016” is a comprehensive overview of recent developments, events and trends in Hungary in 2016. The yearbook focuses on five broad areas. The first section reviews the year from the perspective of the Hungarian government. In the second section […]

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There will be no second war in Algeria

By: Jérôme Fourquet, Nicolas Lebourg / Jean-Jaurès Foundation 7 January 1957 marks the beginning of the battle of Algiers, whilst on 7 January 2015 the editorial office of Charlie Office was decimated. Is France at war? This question crops us time and time again. The terrorist attacks of 2015 and 2016 plunged the country into […]

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Italianieuropei Issue n. 5/6 2016

By: Various authors / Fondazione Italianieuropei In this issue of Italianieuropei, analysis will focus on left wing political parties and movements in Europe and on Islamic fundamentalism. In particular, the articles of the first section propose that the left wing will contain the growing wave of anti-establishment feeling, returning to its key role as the […]

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Reports on 1940. Luxembourg authorities and the fate of persecuted Jews

By: Fondation Robert Krieps A collection of explosive articles about the year 1940 in Luxembourg. On 9 June 2015, the Chamber of deputies in the Grand-Duchy voted unanimously to issue an official apology to the Jewish community in Luxembourg for the way that it was treated by the authorities after the Nazi’s invasion of the […]

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Trialogs as a contribution to Good Governance

By: Humboldt-Viadrina Governance Platform Editor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Schwan, Dr. Audrey Podann, Katja Treichel Trialogs are a particular dialog format for stakeholders from politics, economics and organized civil society, as well as science and media. The discussion’s aim is to unveil multiple perspectives on current political issues and societal challenges. Trialogs facilitate a mutual understanding […]

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Unskilled and skilled workers pay for later retirement

By: The Economic Council of The Labour Movement The Danish politicians have adopted a reform that increases the age of retirement for all workers. Consequently, the Danes will have the highest pension age of all the OECD countries by 2040. The higher retirement age will have consequences especially for the skilled and unskilled workers, who […]

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Cherishing All Equally 2016: Economic Inequality in Ireland

By: TASC Editor: Rory Hearne and Cian McMahon Cherishing All Equally is TASC’s second annual report monitoring economic inequality in Ireland. It updates indicators for different dimensions of inequality such as income and wealth, social protection, education, childcare, etc. Separate chapters focus on economic inequality in relation to gender and to children. Ireland’s economic model […]

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Towards a United European Left

By: Eurocité, Fondation Jean-Jaurès Editor: Mr Sandro Gozi, Italian Secretary of State for European Affairs Fondation Jean-Jaurès and EuroCité present a paper by Italian Secretary of State for European Affairs Sandro Gozi. Driven by his vision for positive transformation within EU progressive parties, Mr Gozi calls for a better coordination of the European left. Acknowledging […]

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Negotiating the European Union’s Dilemmas: Proposals on Governing Europe

By: Istituto Affari Internazionali Editor: Nicoletta Pirozzi & Pier Domenico Tortola This paper culminates and concludes the “Governing Europe” research project by presenting an overall assessment of the state of the European Union, and a set of prescriptions for the short and medium term, building on the analysis and findings of the individual contributions. The […]

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