School for young local leaders, 7 – 9 July, Reggio Emilia (IT)
This year’s School of young local politicians will focus on an important priority of European progressives: promoting equal access to high-quality early childhood education and care for all children in the European Union.
In February 2022, the European Commission published its proposal for a Data Act. It aims to incentivise the sharing and usage of data, while also increasing fairness in the data value chain, and providing a European alternative to the data economy, typically marked by data monopolies and data hoarding. Moreover, it intends to create a more dynamic cloud computing market:...
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Stockholm (Sweden), 3 June 2022
Urgent action is needed to prevent the breakdown of our climate and the natural world. At the same time, the global divide between rich and poor is deeper than ever, and workers’ rights are under attack. The crisis of nature and the crisis of inequality are closely linked. We must address both at once.
Hybrid Conference, Berlin (Germany), 30-31 May 2022
We are embarking on the frequently invoked “decade of modernisation,” which will be accompanied by massive investment and expenditure needs. In the wake of the Corona pandemic, however, public debt in Germany and Europe has grown to record levels. The question of war and peace in Europe has also returned in full force....
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