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Seminar Programme

In our role as an education provider, we offer more than 70 seminars a year on a variety of issues related to workers’ questions - including work mobility, sustainability and demographic change. Maintaining the focus on Europe is important to us. Therefore our educational activities are held in 30 different countries. Overview:

 

Business as unusual? Exploring the role of workplace innovation practices for shaping a sustainable future of work in the aftermath of a pandemic crisis
Leuven / BE - hybrid event
Who, if not us? – Young people as experts for the future: empower young people for the European labour market after the pandemic
Herzogenrath / DE
Equal opportunities for women and men and access to the labour market in Europe after the health crisis. The role of trade unions in the construction of a more social and equal Europe
Madrid / ES
The European Green Deal: how to make the economy sustainable and what are the risks for workers?
IT
European mobility of workers after the health emergency
Trento / IT
Further implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights. Minimum wage and reinforced Youth Guarantee
Vilnius / LT
Social security, gender equality and COVID-19 – challenges and opportunities for young people
Valladolid / ES
Kick-off seminar: priorities of the European social dialogue
Vienna / AT
Artificial intelligence and the future of work
Milan / IT
The role of workers' organizations in the Green Deal
Berlin / DE

EZA education and training programme 2021

Due to the Corona crisis, there are various changes in the programme. We will try to inform you in good time about the changes and postponements. Thank you for your understanding.

Other topics include “Integrating migrants and refugees in the labour market”, “Inclusive labour markets”, “Capacity building”, the “Contribution of workers’ organizations to social justice in Europe” as well as “Working and living in a digitized world”.

Detailed information about individual seminars, contact partners and the registration modalities can be found in the programme.