The green and digital transitions in the European Union will only succeed if the remaining challenges that exist in the world of work are addressed in sync with social protection and social fairness.

Challenges, such as working conditions, training, re-skilling and upskilling, work-life balance, equal pay for equal work of equal value, and fair wages for a decent living, guarantee the quality of jobs in the future.

These will be the topics for the third public discussion organised by SEM as part of the national events to contribute to the ongoing Europe-wide initiative, the Conference on the Future of Europe.

The public discussion will be held on October 14 between 17:00 and 18:30, and participation will be online. More information and registration here. Proceedings will be in Maltese.

The main objective of such discussions is to involve a wide range of stakeholders and the public in expressing their ideas about the direction they would like the European Union to take in the coming years.

To give your views on any topic of your choice, please visit the Multilingual Digital Platform of the Conference on the Future of Europe.