Progressives from all over the world are getting together in Brussels on April 2-3 at the Global Progressive Forum to discuss how to create a better globalization for people.
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Global New Deal call for a new fairness and a new respect for the planet was signed at the GPF 2009 world conference.
This two days event presented in depth debates on crucial topics: energy crisis, food crisis, green jobs, climate change, economic and financial crisis.It is now time to build something out of those very fruitful discussions!
European Socialists are stepping up their engagement with US and Japanese Democrats – and with other progressive political parties, trade unions and NGOs outside Europe – by giving a big boost to the Global Progressive Forum.
Actions taken to boost the Global Progressive Forum, agreed yesterday at a joint meeting of the Presidency of the PES and the Bureau of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament, include
The poorest country in Latin America is facing yet another human tragedy with an earthquake leaving thousands dead in the impoverished nation. The GPF expresses its full solidarity and empathy with the people of Haiti.
What do you want to say to European decision makers about the Europe you live in? What are your criticisms and what would you like to change? What do you like and what would you like to see more of? Are you interested in discussing these issues with EU decision makers, trade union representatives and academics? Then watch this video!
The Secretary General of the Global Progressive Forum, Javier Moreno Sanchez, and the Secretary General of the Party of European Socialists, Philip Cordery, met Australian Labor Party Representatives John Hogg, President of the Senate, and Catryna Bilyk, Senator, to discuss topics of common interest including financial regulation and climate change and to further strengthen relations with Australian progressives in a moment where cooperation on a global scale could not be more needed.
Jo Leinen, MEP, and Javier Moreno-Sanchez, Secretary General of the Global Progressive Forum, have taken part in the Opening march of the World Social Forum, alongside the Senegalese Socialist Party on Sunday, February 6th in the afternoon. Jo Leinen, Chairman of the Committee for the Environment in the European Parliament, will intervene on February 8th in a round table on water management. Mr. Leinen stated: "Climate change is the greatest challenge of the 21st century, and in the whole world poor people are the most vulnerable to its effects.