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  • Public services working group - New York

    Dates: 2 December 2004
    Venue: New York
    The last meeting of the Public Services working group was held in New York on the 2nd and 3rd of December 2004, in cooperation with the Children’s Aid Society and Edison Schools.
  • Public services working group - Madrid

    Dates: 4 June 2004
    Venue: Madrid
    The third meeting of the Public Services Renewal working group was held on the 4th and 5th of June in Madrid.  This event was organised in co-operation with the Spanish think tank Fundacion Alternativas.
  • Progressive Governance 2004: Budapest

    Dates: 13 October 2004
    Venue: Budapest
    Policy Network has organised the latest Progressive Governance Conference on the 13th and 14th of October in Budapest, hosted by the new Hungarian Prime Minister, Ferenc Gyurcsány. The Conference brought together over 150 leading strategists, policy makers, intellectuals and politicians from the progressive centre-left in Europe, America and the wider world, as well as leading figures from the Hungarian centre-left.
  • Global governance working group - Istanbul

    Dates: 16 September 2004
    Venue: Istanbul
    The fourth meeting of Policy Network’s working group on global governance – “Europe, global governance and the challenges of security” - took place on the 16th and 17th of September 2004 in Istanbul, and was hosted by the Forum for Economics and Foreign Policy (EDP).
  • Global governance working group - Copenhagen

    Dates: 28 May 2004
    Venue: Copenhagen
    The working group on global governance held its third meeting - Global governance: institutional reforms or changing philosophy? - on 28th and 29th of May in Copenhagen (Denmark), co-organised with Poul Nyrup Rasmussen and the Global Progressive Forum.
  • Economic reform working group - Brussels

    Dates: 16 July 2004
    Venue: Brussels
    In collaboration with The European Policy Centre, the Policy Network economic reform working group met for the third time in Brussels in July 2004 to discuss more precisely the prospects for a new growth and prosperity agenda for Europe.
  • Democratic Renewal Working Group - Rome

    Dates: 14 May 2004
    Venue: Rome
    The working group on democratic renewal held its third meeting – Democratic Renewal: Politics and the Media - on the 15th and 16th of May in Rome, co-organised with the Italian think tank Italianieuropei.
  • Community and inequality working group - Trento

    Dates: 10 September 2004
    Venue: Trento, Italy
    The last meeting of the community and inequality working group took place in Trento, Italy, on the 10th and 11th of September 2004. The working group aimed to produce concrete policy proposals by focusing the discussion on community integration and the labour market and by studying some specific examples of local development initiatives.
  • British-French-German seminar

    Dates: 26 February 2004
    Venue: London
    On Thursday 26th and Friday 27th of February 2004, Policy Network hosted a British-French-German dialogue on the ‘Future of European Social Democracy’. The seminar, organised in collaboration with the German Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and the French A Gauche, en Europe brought together centre-left politicians and thinkers from the UK, Germany and France.
  • Annual Spring Retreat 2004

    Dates: 26 March 2004
    Venue: Warren House
    At the end of March 2004, 120 progressive thinkers, policy-makers and politicians from more than 20 countries met to discuss the major political challenges we are currently facing and to develop new policy responses to them. The first annual Policy Network Spring Retreat was held last year as part of the preparation for the 2003 Progressive Governance Conference hosted by Tony Blair. This year’s retreat, on the eve of the enlargement of the European Union and less than three months before the European elections, took place at a fascinating moment for European social democrats.

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