Friday 29 June 2018, 09:00-10:30, room: Netherlands I - interpretation: EN/FR

The issue of climate, demographic and digital transitions makes our vision of the future uncertain. It is difficult to have a clear idea about the future of work over the next 10 or 15 years. This foresight panel proposes that the participants launch an initial discussion on the future of the world of work in 2030. What will be the main drivers that will influence this future, and what hypotheses can we discuss to build scenarios? It is of course impossible to make a genuine foresight exercise in such a short time but, based on the work done by the ETUI among others, the panel will propose an open and interactive discussion on our ways of seeing the world of work in 2030. Prior to the conference, participants will be asked to read some preparatory documents (in the form of pdf or powerpoint).

  • Duncan Cass-Beggs, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development - PPP
  • Christophe Degryse, European Trade Union Institute - PPP
  • ThiĆ©baut Weber, European Trade Union Confederation

Moderator: Vera Dos Santos, European Trade Union Institute

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