On 19 -21 October 2022, in Dublin, Eurofound will pilot a 'Summer Forum' – a tripartite exchange seminar aiming to improve the capacity of social partners and governments to engage effectively in social dialogue. The Forum addresses national level social partners and in particular early-career professionals in trade union and employer organisations as well as from government departments and other relevant public bodies. Open for applications.
Ke, 19/10/2022 - Pe, 21/10/2022
Ke, 28/09/2022 - Ke, 28/09/2022
Eurofound is organising a #EurofoundLIVE webinar debate on the need to regulate platform work. The event will take place on 28 September. Open for registration.
Youth first! Employment, skills and social policies that work for young Europeans in times of uncertaintyTo, 08/09/2022 - To, 08/09/2022
In the European Year of Youth, five EU Agencies, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop), the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), the European Labour Authority (ELA), the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and the European Training Foundation (ETF), came together to organise a seminar with the Employment Committee of the European Parliament to share their insights and explore the challenges and opportunities for young people in times of uncertainty.
Ke, 13/07/2022 - Ke, 13/07/2022
Date and time: 13 July 2022 | 13.00 - 14.00 GMT (14.00-15.00 CEST)
Eurofound Executive Director, Ivailo Kalfin discussed Living and working in an era of disruption as part of the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) ‘Insights’ webinar series.
To, 23/06/2022 - To, 23/06/2022
The European Commission’s Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC), Eurofound and the International labour Organization (ILO) came together in a LIVE webinar to draw on their research findings and explore the challenges facing young people in the aftermath of COVID-19 and in the context of the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Watch the video - Social dialogue as a pillar for resilience and social cohesion: How to strengthen the collective approach?Ti, 14/06/2022 - Ti, 14/06/2022
Taking place against the backdrop of the European Commission’s initiative on strengthening social dialogue in European Union and a proposal for a Council Recommendation on the role of social dialogue at national level, the event was an opportunity for experts from Eurofound and the ILO to share their research findings and explore, with a panel of key European level partners, the critical issues at the core of promoting robust and lasting collective bargaining across the EU.
Ma, 09/05/2022 - Ma, 09/05/2022
The European Parliament Liaison office in Ireland, the European Commission Representation in Ireland, and the EU Agency Eurofound, invited members of the public to celebrate Europe Day 2022 in Ireland. 2022 is the European Year of Youth and this event reached out to the local community and brought together up to 100 young people aged 16-29, as well as an online audience from around Ireland, to learn, listen and engage on key issues and opportunities for young people in the EU.
Watch the webinar: #AskTheExpert: Reassessing gender inequalities in the labour market: impact of COVID-19 pandemicTi, 08/03/2022 - Ti, 08/03/2022
To mark International Women's Day on 8 March 2022, Eurofound and EIGE held a joint webinar to reassess gender inequalities in the labour market in light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pe, 04/03/2022 - Pe, 04/03/2022
Commissioner Schmit visited Eurofound, the only EU agency in Ireland and the first such decentralised agency to be established in 1975, to meet staff and discuss Eurofound latest research on Living and working in Europe, the impact of the pandemic, the challenges of the twin transition towards a greener, more digital Europe and the European Year of Youth 2022.
To, 03/03/2022 - To, 03/03/2022
Recovery and resilience in the EU – Back to the future? Hybrid online event LIVE from Dublin Castle, Ireland.
Live on Thursday, 3rd March 2022 starting at 09:30 GMT (Dublin time).