The future European labour market will look very different from the one we know today. Digitalisation, automation and artificial intelligence are producing rapid changes in the way products and services are developed and delivered. What can be the role of the European Social Fund (ESF) in this context?
The joint network event gathered approx. 80 experts of EU-Member States at BIP/Brussels on 11 December 2018 to explore how the ESF can support Member States to design and implement programmes that adequately address the challenges and opportunities related to the future of work, with a specific focus on the most vulnerable EU population.
The European Centre, represented by Anette Scoppetta, was initiator of this event in the frame of the project 'Thematic network employment - ESF Transnational cooperation' together with the Transnational Network of Partnerships and the Transnational Network of Learning & Skills.