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A digital Europe can be a better Europe – a Europe in which growth brings higher quality jobs and promotes more social justice. But targeted and balanced policies are needed to tap into the economic and social potentials the digital revolution entails.
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Europe’s service sector: key trends

Monday 27 June 2016

At the ETUI-ETUC Conference ‘Shaping the new world of work – The impacts of digitalisation and robotisation’, UNI Europa Regional Secretary Oliver Roethig today presented a new report on the key findings and debates in academic research on the service sector in Europe. European services are the backbone of European economic and social life, and…

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Trade unions meet in Brussels to plot the future of work in post-BREXIT Europe

Monday 27 June 2016

European trade unions are meeting at an ETUC-ETUI conference in Brussels with the aim of shaping the new world of work in a post-BREXIT Europe. With EU institutions across the European capital still reeling from the outcome of last week’s historic referendum, ILO Executive Director-General Guy Ryder warned of the dangers of ignoring the message…

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An inclusive EU Skills Agenda – UNI Europa recommendations

Thursday 9 June 2016

Tomorrow, the European Commission will present its EU Skills Agenda. Here is what should drive the EU Skills Agenda from UNI Europa’s point of view: inclusion, anticipation and quality employment in a new world of work. UNI Europa Regional Secretary Oliver Roethig said “An inclusive Skills Agenda means offering and guaranteeing the access to education…

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Creative Skills Europe launches final report

Monday 6 June 2016

Today, the final conference of the Creative Skills Europe project takes place. Creative Skills Europe is the European Skills Council for employment and training in the Audiovisual and Live Performance sectors. The project partners have launched the final report Trends and skills in the European audiovisual and live performance sectors at the conference. Richard Polacek…

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