How can progressive industrial strategies deliver cross-border synergies? How can social justice be hard-wired into their design? How can industrial policy be designed to align with countries’ broader economic strategies?
Developing solutions for a better, greener and more democratic life in the “places that don’t matter”
Lessons from progressives in Europe and North America
How can the progressive camp respond to the poly crisis? This was the central question addressed by top international politicians at the Progressive Governance Summit in Berlin.
Media around the world have reported on the Progressive Governance Summit in Berlin.
Longstanding deadlocks over how to pay for the green transition in the US have been breached. What is the next step for climate politics?
Our Second New Urban Progress Trip Took Our Fellows to Chicago, Denver, and Austin
Our first of two New Urban Progress delegation trips took our fellows to Berlin, Leipzig and the Ruhr Valley
We should no longer focus on policies to revitalize the economy based on assumptions about labor markets alone
The balance of political forces in the US and Europe still favour the 1%
The trick is to direct resources – human and economic – into local campaigning that fills the information void