Welcome to the website of FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work!

The Competence Centre on the Future of Work was founded in 2021 by the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation and it is based in the European capital of Brussels. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is a non-profit organisation from Germany, committed to the values of Social Democracy. The Competence Centre aims to promote the debate on the future of work by bringing progressive approaches into the forefront based on social democratic values. Feel free to browse and find out about our many activities. Read more

Digital Europe

Digital Europe

The development of innovative digital technologies require a coherent legal framework in social and environmental policies benefiting all workers in the EU. More

New forms of work

New forms of work

Digital transformation increases possibilities for platform and remote work. However, the differences in labour protection and rights in platform economy and telework vary across the EU member states. More

New Technologies

New Technologies

Machine-based systems are already part of warehouses and manufacturing businesses. However, the appropriate ethical and legal framework and guidelines are necessary. More

Social Responses to Digitalisation

Social Responses to Digitalisation

Digital automation of work brings many uncertainties in employment and social conditions for different groups of the society. More


Labour Day 2021: Voices of essential workers

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How digitalisation can leave the poor behind

In the pandemic, governments created digital solutions for access to social support — a risk for those on the wrong side of the digital divide


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How Denmark became the most cyber-secure country

In a world where countries worldwide are facing increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, Denmark is leading the global race in cybersecurity.


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Latest News & Events

11.10.2021 | Event, Digital Europe

Tech-Talk on the Digital Service Act

The first Tech-Talk of the FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work took place on 11 October 2021. This event was on the Digital Service Act.


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05.08.2021 | Event, Social Responses to Digitalisation

Empowering Young Workers in CEE & SEE Countries Through Digital Organising

EFFAT and the FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work are pleased to invite to our online training on 29 & 30 September 2021.


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17.06.2021 | Event, New Forms of Work

Remote Work: Who will be the real winners?

With UNI Europa we organised on June 17 the webinar "Remote Work: Who will be the real winners?"


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Publications

23.06.2021 | Publication, Social Responses to Digitalisation

Recommendations for engaging young people in Trade Unions

ETUC Youth and CompCen Future of Work developed 9 recommendations for engaging young people in Trade Unions. The guide is available for download now.


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20.06.2021 | Publication, Social Responses to Digitalisation

Get the recruitment of young people started! (video)

The ComCen Future of Work finansed a video project of ETUC that aims to inform young people about trade unions.


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Artifical inteliigence and the future of the digital work - oriented society

An outline for a holistic technology impact assessment.


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