Socio-Ecological Transformation in SEE

  • Photo: Canva

The FES Dialogue Southeast Europe aims to address social challenges in climate and energy policy in the region. Climate change represents perhaps the biggest social challenge of the 21st century, as the issue is closely related to a good quality of life for all and a sustainable transformation of energy production. Social issues and ecological concerns are deeply interconnected. The FES globally advocates for a wide-reaching socio-ecological transformation, which would enable a higher quality of life for all while respecting the limitations of our planet's resources.

 

Our activities intend to contribute to a social-democratic understanding of climate and energy policies along these lines, through different levels of engagement. Together with its partners throughout the region, the FES intends to strengthen the notion of crucial social challenges and raise awareness for the need of sustainable and just energy and climate policies.

Events

More Social Convergence in EU-Enlargement Policy towards the Western Balkans

The EU-summit on May 6, 2020, will confirm the good news for the Western Balkans: the European Commission will start accession talks with North...

Read more

Western Balkans Perspectives on the Future of Europe

From April 6th onwards, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Dialogue Southeast Europe and the Austro-French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe have started a...

Read more

Investigative Film Festival: Sofia

The Investigative Film Festival Skopje is on tour and its first stop was Sofia on the 6th of March under the title #GoingDigital. The Investigative...

Read more

Publications

Instrumenti zelene tranzicije: održivi razvoj, cirkularna, bioekonomija i kreativna ekonomija

Cirkularna je ekonomija implementacija koncepta održivog razvoja u području gospodarstva, odnosno konkretizacija ideje održive ekonomije. Hrvatska je...

Read more

Jobwende: Effects of the Energiewende on Work and Employment

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns that greenhouse gas emissions will have to be reduced to zero by 2050 at the latest if...

Read more

Green Recovery and Social Democracy: Programmatic Challenges for a Climate-neutral Europe

Social democrats in Europe should use the Green Deal to bring together key issues such as climate protection, decent work, social cohesion and...

Read more

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Dialogue Southeast Europe

Kupreška 20, 71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina

+387 33 711 540
+387 33 711 541

info(at)fes-soe.org

IPG Journal

IPG Journal

IPG-Journal is an active debate platform addressing questions of international and European politics. It sets out to, beyond describing recent challenges, create impulses through critical interpretation and assessment. more