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Foundation for European Progressive Studies

Foundation for European Progressive Studies
Abbreviation FEPS
Formation 2008 (2008)
Type Political foundation at European level
Headquarters Rue Montoyer, 40 Brussels, Belgium[1]
President Massimo D'Alema
Website .eu.feps-europewww

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) is the European political foundation of the Party of European Socialists. It was founded in 2008. FEPS is the only progressive think tank at European level that establishes an intellectual crossroad between social democracy and the European project, putting fresh thinking at the core of its action.

As a platform for ideas, FEPS works in close collaboration with social democratic organisations, and in particular national foundations and thinktanks across Europe, to tackle the challenges that Europe faces today. Close to the Party of European Socialists (PES) but nevertheless independent, FEPS embodies a new way of thinking on the social democratic, socialist and labour scene in Europe.

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References

  1. ^ Contact FEPS
  2. ^ European networks of political foundations Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Retrieved 1 December 2013

External links

  • FEPS homepage in English


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