Inclusive Digital Transformation

While technological innovations represent numerous opportunities for labour productivity, technologies are not gender neutral. Emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence might not bring desirable outcomes but instead perpetuate already existing gender biases and inequalities at the workplace, such as digital divide and occupational segregation in the labour market, gender pay and pension gap and work-life balance.

Intersectionality as an analytical and policy framework allows us to understand social relations that involve multiple intersecting forms of discrimination based not only on gender, but also class, ethnicity, age, urban or rural disparities, differences in the nation-states welfare systems and socio-cultural and historical trajectories of the nation states.

Our Activites

27.10.2023 | Event, Intersectional/ Gender Lens

Documentary screening and panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence and Transformation of Labour Market in Portugal.


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Wednesday, 28.06.2023 - Budapest, Hungary | Event, Intersectional/ Gender Lens

Documentary screening and panel discussion on AI and the education system in Hungary.


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| Publication, Intersectional/ Gender Lens

Demographic change in Europe has made mature women a vital part of the workforce. Meeting their needs must be part of the digital transition.


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Our Projects

PhD Summer Shool

PhD Summer Shool

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

Technology, Employment and Wellbeing

Technology, Employment and Wellbeing

Technology, Employment and Wellbeing is a new FES blog that offers original insights on the ways new technologies impact the world of work. More More

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Future of Work

Cours Saint Michel 30e
1040 Brussels
Belgium

+32 2 329 30 32

futureofwork(at)fes.de

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