Talking Progress: A Progressive Governance Podcast Series
How can progressives win majorities and build capacities together? Our Talking Progress: Progressive Governance podcast series sets out to explore this question. It stands at the intersection of social, green, and liberal politics and wants to encourage innovative thinking that can lead to the delivering of progress in the 21st century.
Child Care Policy is Labor Policy
By Tara Dawson McGuinness The pandemic has made clear that childcare and access to long-term care is intertwined with economic growth.
How people in industrialized countries perceive the outlook for their post-pandemic future
By Matt Browne & Hans Anker A new survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of Global Progress shows how people in the G7 countries and Australia feel about their future.
What’s wrong with thinking you are middle-class in the age of inequality?
By Anna Gromada and Dariusz Standerski Everybody errs when assessing their position on the social ladder but the rich err the most.
The opportunities are there – for a truly green, social and equitable, ecological and economic renewal!
By Ellen Ueberschär Climate protection is also a matter of democratic participation and social justice: How can we make sure that the necessary transformation takes all people into account equally?
A new internationalism on the terms of labour
By Ann Pettifor A new internationalism on the terms of labour is the necessary paradigm shift if we are to counter the rise of nationalism.
How can the 2020s be a progressive decade? – Action Paper
By Geoff Mulgan How can the 2020s be a progressive decade? Take a look into the Action Paper!
Strategies for a World without Right-Wing Populism and Nationalism
By Cas Mudde How can we protect (many) progressive parties from political marginality and ensure a progressive future for Europe?
Five Pathways to Carbon-free Innovation Landscapes in Europe
By Anke Hassel and Bruno Palier The transformation towards carbon-free and balanced economic growth is not an end to itself. The authors present five helpful policy approaches.
A new media age demands new strategies for fighting fascism
By John Nichols Democracy, we are told, prevailed with the defeat of Donald Trump in the fall of 2020. So let us pop the champagne corks and celebrate a new age of radical progress, right? Wrong.