How do we achieve a sustainable economic recovery in Europe?

Thursday, 05 December 2013, 10am to 12pm
The Virginia Woolf Room, Bloomsbury House, 2-3 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RL

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Compass and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (London) are delighted to invite you to a seminar on the pivotal subject of how we achieve a sustainable economic recovery in Europe.

Speakers include Max Grünig (Senior Fellow, Ecological Institute), Linda McAvan MEP (spokesperson on the environment and climate change for Labour and the S&D group),Molly Scott Cato (SW Region Green Party Lead Candidate) and Ray Cunningham (Chair, Green House think tank & Convenor, British-German Environment Forum). The discussion will be chaired by Neal Lawson (Compass).

Lunch will be provided after the seminar.

Places are limited so please respond to this email if you would like to come to what promises to be a very interesting and we hope, influential meeting.

This seminar will inform a ‘Manifesto for sustainable economic recovery in Europe’ which Compass will be publishing towards the end of the year.  The aim is to offer a genuine progressive economic alternative for Europe based on the principles of environmentalism and social justice.

Whether you are able or not to attend the seminar you can view, edit and contribute to the document by replying to this email. This is an open and inclusive process and we can’t do it without you so please contribute if you can. The final document will be used to shape the debate in the run up to the 2014 elections and beyond.

Download the PDF that accompanies the seminar at

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