Social democracy and state building in Latvia and Estonia
The FES, which was the first German political foundation to open offices in the Baltic States immediately following the regaining of independence in the early s, is contributing to this special anniversary with studies on the role of social democracy in the formation process of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Which social democratic values and ideas have found their way into the constitutional orders of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania? How successful was the social democracy in elections and possibly also in government responsibility?
What exchanges took place with social democratic parties of other states?
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And finally, what is left of that time today? These questions are not only expounded in the brochure, but have also been discussed at the publication events of the respective country studies in Tallinn and Riga.
In addition, many interested citizens took the opportunity to look back on years of statehood and to discuss the historical and future role of social democracy in the Baltic States with the podium guests. In order to classify in a wider international, historical and geographic context, FES commissioned additional country studies from states that were also established at that time.
The studies in their entirety show a panorama of the manifold paths, detours and some aberrations in the state founding processes years ago as well as the contribution of social democracy. The studies are meant to help to bring back some forgotten developments and events to historical memory. Furthermore, a more comprehensive evaluation of that time can help to understand also its significance for the present.
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It was founded in and is named after Germany's first democratically elected President, Friedrich Ebert. FES is committed to the advancement of both socio-political and economic development in the spirit of social democracy, through civic education, research, and international cooperation. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about.
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