Month: January 2019

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Automation of the work will not happen overnight

Contrary to popular belief, the automation of work and everyday tasks will not happen overnight. It will be a gradual process over time. It is important to channel this change. Read the interview with David Hémous by Alain Bloëdt.

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Are we moving towards a working poor society?

In an interview with Alain Bloëdt, Philippe Van Parijs explains the need for a universal income to go alongside the technological revolution.

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Disabilities attacks in Italy….Stay tuned

The assistance, care and integration into education and employment of people with disabilities is not the concern of just one nucleus, but of the whole community.

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Who can afford a family life today?

The report finds that precarious work negatively impacts a range of areas, including access to healthcare services, housing and family formation.

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Universal welfare for changing markets

Digital technologies and robotisation create employment opportunities – but other jobs will irrevocably be lost.

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