Climate change, sustainability and work

These three aspects have become inexorably linked especially in the time of “Fridays for Future”. This also includes the structural transformation in Europe - away from coal towards renewable energies, with the resulting impact on the labour market. But also the creation of “green jobs”. The European Commission views green jobs as those jobs that support ecosystems, save energy and raw materials and use renewable energy. But it is also about making workplaces more humane. EZA uses its education work to discuss how this can be done.


Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD): strengthening social partners, workers representatives and (European) works council members to actively integrate upcoming national an European HRDD legislation in the social dialogue
Brussels / BE
A more inclusive labour market through social dialogue and the implementation of the European Social Pillar of Rights
Chişinău / MD
8° European Social Week: How can the digitalisation of the world of work and the transition to a sustainable and climate-neutral economy be shaped in a socially just way?
Lyon / FR


Green Jobs

The Quality of new Jobs and Challenges for Workers’ Organisations – The Europe 2020 Employment Package and job quality in the green economy, the ICT sector and the care sector