Economy, Labor, Welfare

Events

Friday, 16.12.2022 - Zoom Meeting | Economic and Social Policy, Trade Union Cooperation, Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik | Events, Veranstaltung

Bitte registrieren Sie zum Online Geschprächskreis „Geschützter Raum”. Als ob COVID nicht genug wäre... Steigende Energiekosten, Inflation. Alle…


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Tuesday, 25.10.2022 - House of the VDSZ Trade Union | Economic and Social Policy, Trade Union Cooperation, Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik | Events, Veranstaltung

Please register here for the National Conference of Works Councils organised by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Budapest Office and ÉTOSZ.  The leading…


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Publications

The transition to electric vehicles in CEE

Hillebrand, Ernst

The transition to electric vehicles in CEE

What does it mean for the automotive sector in Central Eastern Europe?
Budapest, 2023

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Der Übergang zur E-Mobilität in MOE

Hillebrand, Ernst

Der Übergang zur E-Mobilität in MOE

Auswirkungen auf den Automobilsektor Mittelosteuropas
Budapest, 2023

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Competence Centre

Future of Work

The debate on the future of work goes beyond the context of digital transformation and touches various policy fields. The Competence Centre on the Future of Work, based in Brussels, is bringing together different actors to discuss and debate the future of work at the European level!

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Regional project

European Economies of the East

With the "European Economies of the East"-programme, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung contributes to the debate on economic, industrial and technology policy in the Eastern member countries of the EU.

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Economy, Labor, Welfare

We are committed to an economic and social policy aimed at justice, sustainability and participation. In addition to developing contributions for a fair, democratic and sustainable development of both economic and social policy in Hungary and Europe, we support the strengthening of trade unions and works councils so that they can fulfil their important role as social partners.

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