Meet & Greet LGBTIQA and Asylum seeking 09.02.2017
Countering Right-wing Populism
The right-wing populists that promote xenophobia, fundamentalism and violent radicalization seem to be on the rise and winning the debate in Europe, USA and South East Asia.
Women and girls fleeing from persecution or turmoil in their home countries are particularly at risk of physical, sexual and psychological violence when seeking sanctuary, in transit and when they arrive in the EU.
The story of Brazil’s political crisis, and the rapidly changing global perception of it, begins with its national media. The country’s dominant broadcast and print outlets are owned by a tiny handful of Brazil’s richest families, and are steadfastly conservative.
Mrs Ndoye Mame Penda and Senegalese Federation of 'Femmes Transformatrices de Poisson' (Women fish processors) received today in Brussels the 2016 Global Progressive Achiever award for their contribution to empowering women and implementing modern and sustainable processing techniques to improve
On the 18th and 19th of February a delegation from the European Parliament will visit Istanbul and Diyarbakır to meet with loc
European and Arab progressive leaders are meeting today and tomorrow in Beirut (Lebanon) for a two-day debate on the refugee situation organised by the Global Progressive Forum.
Following today’s meeting with the EU Ambassadors in Africa, the president of the S
Neoliberal economics and politics have become main stream in Brus
As every year the European Parliament opens its doors to the public! In Strasbourg and Brussels, you can find a Global Progressive Forum (GPF) stand. We have once again planned a jam-packed day, full of activities, debates, concerts, games and interesting information for young and old.
The Global Progressive Forum, in co-operation with Solidar and the Party of European Socialists (PES), is currently playing an active role at the World Social Forum in Tunis (24-28 March).
This year is the European Year For Development and promoting our progressive vision of development will be a strategic priority for the Global Progressive Forum in 2015, in particular the African continent.