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All over Europe - in France, Austria, United Kingdom, Poland, Germany, Italy, Finland, Greece, the Netherlands, or Hungary – populist and nationalist parties from the far right are growing and tends to be more and more involved either in local, regional or national political spectrum.  The last European elections in May 2014 have shown an unprecedented coming through of these Eurosceptic parties - and in some cases Europhobic forces.

The "Observatoire des radicalités politiques" from the Jean-Jaurès Foundation, together with the French Socialist Delegation in the European Parliament, propose to analyze and debate on this phenomenon.  They cordially invite you to attend the open-debate on "The Far right in Europe" organized in the PSE office (Rue du Trône 98, 1050 Brussels, Belgium) on

Monday May 2nd 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30.

Guest speakers:

· Jean-Yves Camus, Head of The Observatory on political extremism from The Jean-Jaurès Foundation ;

· Pervenche Berès, MEP, Head of the French socialist Delegation in the European Parlament ; member of the board of directors from The Jean-Jaurès Foundation ;

· Evelyn Regner, MEP, Head of the Austrian socialist Delegation in the European Parliament ;

· Jean-Sébastien Lefebvre, moderator of the debate, journalist at Contexte

Simultaneous interpretation: English/French

Free Entrance with registration on the site, subject to availability of limited spaces.