International high-level dialogue forum

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Governing the Future of Work. The ILO Report’s Implications for the EU

26 February 2019

Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU, Brussels

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Conference language: English

The ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work published its final report on 22 January 2019. The report is intended to outline steps needed for “decent and sustainable work opportunities for all”, taking into account the rapidly changing nature of work. While presenting trends and solutions for a broad range of issues from skills mismatch to informality and digitalisation, the report also discusses elements of future regional and global governance.

The sef: Policy Lunch looks at the findings of the report from a European perspective. In particular, it discusses implications of the report for European governance in the area of social justice and social protection as well as for the EU’s role in global labour governance.

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