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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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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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Investing in creativity, investing in people

Monday 18 April 2016

Member of the European Parliament Dietmar Köster and UNI MEI Global Union, representing 140 media and entertainment unions, jointly hosted a lively debate today about the future of audiovisual production in the digital single market in presence of Emmanuel Joly, Media Programmes Unit, European Commission and audiovisual sector representatives. Both, industry and trade union representatives…

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Crowd Work: The Fury and the Fear

Wednesday 16 March 2016

In her new article for the publication Digital employment and working conditions in Europe, Kristy Milland takes us on a journey through a day in the life of a crowd worker. Abstract Crowd Work: The Fury and the Fear: “In the ten years I’ve worked on Amazon Mechanical Turk, things have changed, but not nearly enough to…

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New survey provides further evidence of seismic shift in Europe’s digital economy

Monday 14 March 2016

A joint study by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and UNI Europa, with the support of several UNI Europa affiliates including Unionen in Sweden, carried out by University of Hertfordshire, with fieldwork by Ipsos MORI, was revealed today at the opening of the UNI Europa Regional Conference in Rome. It is further evidence…

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