Remarks by head of the United Nations, UN Secretary-General António Guterres at Web Summit 2018:
Digital technologies are making it easier to access information and connect people. They offer tremendous opportunities to simplify, secure, and accelerate the migration process
SUMMARY: We are living in a time of rapid change, driven by increasing digitization and disruption of many of the institutions and relationships around which we structure our societies
Using machine learning and optimisation to find refugees’ new homes can significantly improve their chances of finding work within three months, according to new research.
On 8 November 2018 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET, Eurofound will host a webinar: Making the platform economy work well for workers.
Digital technologies play an ever-increasing role in almost all sectors of society and across industries through increased use of better and faster internet, remote sensoring devices
Technological innovation’s unprecedented impacts will fundamentally change the working lives of people around the world.
CICOPA, the international organisation of industrial and service co-operatives, has launched a strategic paper analysing the challenges contributing to the transformation of work.
Do new “digital jobs” offer opportunities for the Global South as they facilitate going beyond limited local job markets?
One scenario of the future of work in the popular media is one of a jobless future, when robots take our jobs.