Connecting Population and Crisis Foresight to Policy Challenges
On 14 November 2023, a select group of leading experts who apply foresight methods within policy making, academia, NGOs and public administrations will answer these questions in an online workshop.
Outcomes of the first FutuRes Policy Lab
Participants from science, politics and civil society discussed factors for building societal “resilience” in Europe at the first FutuRes Policy Lab meeting.
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Low birth rates: Ten steps towards more baby-friendly policies for 2024 and beyond
by Anna Rotkirch, Population Research Institute, Väestöliitto (The Family Federation of Finland)
A public panel of European experts on the subject of work has launched the “FutuRes Policy Lab”. The experts from science and politics came together online on Tuesday, June 27 2023
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Quality of Working Life as Key to a more Resilient Labour Market" | A FutuRes Policy Lab Dialogue
with Beatrice Covassi, European Parliament | Jutta Allmendinger, WZB Berlin Social Science Center | Massimiliano Mascherini, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions | Arnstein Aassve, crisis resilience expert, Bocconi University | Ulrich Becker, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Munich.
By Apolline Parel, AGE Platform Europe
The EU should build its policies upon the resilience of older people.
As a partner in this project, AGE Platform Europe will address the aspects of human-rights and non-discrimination.
Eight institutions from science and civil society join hands for a resilient Europe
Eight institutions from science and civil society join hands for a resilient Europe.
An exceptional team of researchers has come together to make Europe strong for the Future. The project “FutuRes: Towards a Resilient Future of Europe” had its kick-off meeting in Milan, Italy on the 6th and 7th March.