The project of the European Tarde Union Committee for Education (ETUCE), Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI) and FES is mapping the existing structures of ETUCE member unions across Europe for engaging young teachers. Furthermore it analyses young members’ engagement and activities within trade unions including their position on the access to the labour market in the education sector. It uncovers factors that enable, prevent, or discourage young people from joining or becoming active in trade unions in the education sector. Moreover the survey takes into account the perspectives of both education trade unions and individual teachers across the European region.
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This FES-EPC discussion paper anlyses the potential impact of the proposal for a Directive on platform work and rights of platform migrant workers. More
New study with EFBWW and Fraunhofer Institute on how does digitalisation affect the workplace in the construction. More
FES Future of Work has published a new report on China's regulation on algorithms. The Briefing is available in English and German and can be... More