Reducing Precarious Work in Europe through Social Dialogue
Join us at this conference and explore how innovative forms of social dialogue in different country contexts can reduce the precariousness of employment and promote more inclusive labour markets.
The conference will debate the challenges facing social partners in addressing ‘Protective Gaps’ in regulation, representation, enforcement and social protection. It will profile new evidence of effective social dialogue with original data and illuminating case studies for Denmark, France, Germany, Slovenia, Spain and the UK. The
The conference will feature internationally renowned speakers and representatives from government, trade unions and employer bodies at European, national and sector levels. Presentations from leading policy-makers and practitioners across Europe will stimulate discussion about the lessons for new strategies to promote inclusive job growth and fairness at work. A policy roundtable panel with international experts will debate the challenges and prospects for Europe’s social partners.
Timetable includes Keynote talks –including Philippe Marcadent (Chief INWORK ILO), Maria Jepsen (Director Research ETUI), Susan Hayter (INWORK ILO), Maarten Keune (Prof and Co-Director AIAS) Facilitated roundtable discussions New European research evidence addressing key questions: o How does precarious employment differ by country? o How are ‘Protective Gaps’ changing? o Can social dialogue promote more inclusive approaches? International expert panel on the prospects for inclusive job growth
THIS CONFERENCE IS FREE (including lunch/dinner)
Please register early as space is limited