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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Future of Work

Cours Saint Michel 30a
1040 Brussels
Belgium

+32 2 329 30 32

futureofwork(at)fes.de

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Mapping Platform Economy

Mapping Platform Economy

The project focuses on capturing the existing platform economy landscape, e.g., platform companies, work and workers within the EU and beyond. More

Tech Talks @FES

Tech Talks @FES

The project focuses on explaining current and often complex topics related to digitalisation, automation and the future of work in the easiest possible way by inviting experts from academia, politics or civil society. More

New Technologies at the Workplace

New Technologies at the Workplace

The project focuses on the application of new digital technologies at the workplace such as artificial intelligence, algorithm management or robotics across different industry sectors. More

PhD Summer School

PhD Summer School

This is a joint project between Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society and FES Future of Work. In 2022, the PhD Summer School takes place in Berlin. More

Empowering Young Workers

Empowering Young Workers

This project focuses on exploring whether digitalisation brings any uncertainties in employment and social conditions for young workers. More

Charlemagne Prize Labour Forum

Charlemagne Prize Labour Forum

Once a year the European Charlemagne Prize 'Labour Forum' takes place. More

News & Events

21.09.2022 | Event, New Technologies

The FES Competence Centre 'Future of Work' hosts together with UNI Europa a joint-session at LABOR.A 2022 on September 21, 2022. Registration is now…


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13.09.2022 | Publication, New Technologies

With UNI Europa we published a new report on algorithmic management (AM) at the workplace. The report presents the findings of a survey dedicated to…


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About FES Future of Work

The goal of the FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work in Brussels is to promote the debate on the future of work by bringing progressive approaches into the forefront based on social democratic values.

The Competence Centre is in the process of establishing an excellence knowledge hub comprising of a network of different stakeholders, such as Trade Union Organisations, progressive NGOs and academic actors.

The Competence Centre on the Future of Work addresses multidimensional aspects of the work itself by focusing on three thematic pillars:

For more information about our Centre click here.

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