Yesterday, President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, delivered a strong State of the Union speech. But to what extent did the speech, outlining the European Commission's priorities for the coming year, reflect the concerns and feelings of Europeans across our continent?
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In 2022, the EMI and METRO AG worked together on a series of roundtables addressing the topic of labour shortage in Europe, and the consequences these may have on specific economic sectors and on the functioning of supply chains in Europe and around the globe.
Bringing together social partners, civil society, policy experts from think-tanks and academia, and the EU institutions, these roundtables were the opportunity for participants to meet and exchange on the link between supply chain disruptions and how these are affecting or even caused by the acute labour shortage in Europe. The outcome of the roundtables was synthesised in a Discussion Paper, with key highlights and recommendations that will be shared with policy makers during this final event.
Join us at Stanhope Hotel on Thursday 16 February from 10:00 - 12:00 CET with fellow professionals, discussing common issues and sharing perspectives on the future of work in Europe.
The European Movement International is inviting youth & students to participate in its online European Workshop for Youth to boost your skills and knowledge about policy advocacy in the European Union and the European Pillar of Social Rights!
This workshop is part of the JustEU&Me project, a transnational capacity-building programme led by ActionAid which aims at providing young people and representatives of youth associations with knowledge, skills and opportunities for actively participating in developing recommendations to improve EU and Member States' policies implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights and addressing social justice issues such as access to education, gender equality, equal opportunities etc. Besides the European Workshop for Youth, other workshops will be available in 2023 and 2024 on the theory of change methodology, solutions journalism and media literacy, and countering disinformation.
Register to join us!