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PAGE | 11 December 2020
Increasing global connectedness will continue to foster the interaction among non-state actors beyond states capacity to control it, thus challenging in several ways traditional...
PAGE | 8 September 2020
DevelopmentsIn the past 20 years, the number of non-EU immigrants and mobile EU citizens living in EU-27 Member States and the UK has increased by about 60 per cent...
PAGE | 8 September 2020
Networks with migrant communities in destination countries increase the likelihood of international migration from low, middle and high-income countries.There is a negative correlation between international migration from low-income countries...
PAGE | 2 September 2020
New generations entering the workforce and older generations working longer are changing employment, career models, and organisational structures.
PAGE | 14 July 2020
Digital transformation of our Society and, in particular, the related datafication and hyper-connectivity paradigms are increasing the ability of “everything” being improved faster and faster. Key enabling...
PAGE | 25 June 2020
Future of Learning: Preparing for Change - The central learning paradigm is characterised by lifelong and life-wide learning, shaped by the ubiquity of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). To reach the goals...
PAGE | 22 June 2020
An increasingly knowledgeable society is exponentially rising the amount and quality of knowledge that becomes ubiquitously available. Knowledge is becoming more accessible to everyone everywhere as never before.There is increased...
PAGE | 14 April 2020
Fiscal strategies, social protection and labour market policies should consider support the increasing independent, solo-preneurship, and flexible work systems to address the root-causes of the emerging work...