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A new internationalism on the terms of labour

By Ann Pettifor / 7 June, 2021

If progressive European political parties are to achieve both relevance and electoral success, a paradigm shift is required: away from Social Democracy’s attachment to financialised globalisation. If they aim to defeat nationalism, and to end the cycle of debt inflations and deflations on one side and trade wars on the […]

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Fighting precarity: a paradigm shift from equality-in-prosperity to solidarity-in-wellbeing

By Albena Azmanova / 15 February, 2021

We stand at a pivotal point in history – one that contains the opportunity to replace the equality-in-prosperity formula of progressive politics with a new one: solidarity-in-wellbeing. For the past 100 years, the critique of capitalism has centred on unfair distributive outcomes (economic inequality), as well as the damage that […]

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A Single Market for many Labour Markets

By Jan Cremers / 30 October, 2018

The EU’s Single Market project seeks to ensure the free movement of goods, services, capital and citizens.

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The need for a european unemployment insurance

By Sebastian Dullien / 5 July, 2018

Former EU Commissioner László Andor has made a powerful plea for the introduction of a European unemployment insurance to stabilize the euro.

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To enter the labour market, a challenge for millennials

By Massimiliano Mascherini / 13 February, 2018

Entering the labour market continues to be a challenge for many young people throughout Europe and the process of finding a first job can be lengthy and often does not meet millennials’ expectations.

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