What is the International Stakeholders Platform (ISP)? It is YOUR opportunity to engage with key policy makers in the government, academia, industry and civil society sectors, as well as, with the Pillars project team to support the development of inclusive and evidence-based labour market policies.
Technological progress is influencing the way we live and work. Labour markets will adapt and demand new skills. New jobs will evolve, while others are likely to disappear. Three main factors have dominated European labour markets in recent decades and are likely to continue to influence them in the future: technological change, international trade and industrial transformation. However, it is not yet clear how exactly such advances will transform our labour markets. This is where PILLARS comes in. The first phase of the project is centred around taking stock.