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Lots of ideas from Spain

This week Yourspace welcomes Esteban Romero and other PES activists from Spain. Among other things they suggest a number of ideas from Zapatero and the Spanish government which could inspire socialists in other parts of Europe. Find lots of ideas from Spain right here! Another guest on Yourspace is Josep Borrell, Spanish socialist and Chair… » read more

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The Yourspace editiorial team has asked Neil Kinnock, former leader of Labour UK, and Lionel Jospin, former Prime Minister of France, about priorities for the PES manifesto for the 2009 elections. Watch the video interviews below and find out more about their ideas: [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/o0v5J6CRRiI” width=”320″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/781ZzKARLU0″ width=”320″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /]… » read more

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This week Yourspace contributes to another online consultation; the European Movement’s call for 60 Ideas for Europe. Check out our posts below: Putting women’s rights on the agenda PES Women brings together women – MPs, MEPs and activists – from PES member parties to discuss and promote gender equality within and outside the Party of… » read more

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The need for wind power

Right now the European Wind Energy Association is blogging on Yourspace and sharing their ideas for the PES manifesto: “The world is facing an energy and climate crisis. Globally, the energy sector emits 26 billion tonnes of CO2 each year and electricity production alone accounts for 41% of emissions. The International Energy Agency expects CO2… » read more

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Last week Ania Skrzypek, Secretary General of Young European Socialists (or ECOSY in short), was our ‘blogger of the week’ on Yourspace. She gave her and ECOSY’s view on what should be priorities for the PES in the upcoming European elections. Decent work, ‘Generation Internship’ and political representation of women – read Ania’s posts below… » read more

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