#TheFutureIsYours Shaping Europe’s digital future
20/05/2021 01:27 43 comments
To be based on human rights, including labour and trade union rights, improved working conditions, and collective bargaining. Maintain and reinforce workers’ protection, prevent disproportionate and undue surveillance at work, prohibit discriminatory treatments on the basis of biased algorithms, and prevent abuse of data protection and privacy. Strengthen collective bargaining on and workers’ participation in the design, deployment, use and monitoring of AI technology and data strategy.
European opportunities: Do you speak digitally?
04 June 2021
11:00 - 13:00
The Focal Point EUROPE DIRECT Savinjska and Celje Youth Centre is preparing the event “Hearing Digital?”, which will take place under the priority for 2021 “Europe fit for the digital age”. We are organising the Digital Speech event to raise awareness of the new jobs of the future related to new technologies and drive the transition to digitalisation, which will take place on 4.6.2021 at 11:00 in the Celje Youth Centre’s Chamber and will be divided into two parts. The first session will be a career fair, showing the new jobs of the future related to technology and digitalisation. In the second part of the event, we will provide young people with invited businessmen, as examples of good practices in the transition to digitalisation or as pioneers in the field of new technologies. They will join us as guests: — Rok Matjaž, Printee – Matej Žagar, Director of MIMATEAM d.o.o – Miha Pulko, Director of Signal Monster During the event, however, we will also address the question of how cybersecurity can be sufficiently safeguarded by deploying new technologies. The event is partly co-financed by the EU.
Young people, digitalisation and smart rural areas
29 September 2021
16:00 - 18:00
Europe Direct Information Centres from South Ostrobothnia, Kainuu, Kymenlaakso, Pirkanmaa & Häme, North Ostrobothnia and Northern Satakunta will organise a virtual workshop for young people on Wednesday 29 September 2021 from 4 pm to 6 pm. The workshop will discuss the importance of digitalisation and its different themes for young people. We are trying to find answers to, among other things, what is interesting and attractive for young people in a smart countryside. What kind of digital services do young people need? And how do we ensure that everyone stays in the digital world? The event is organised as part of the multi-seat programme of the Finnish National Parliament of Rural Affairs. The virtual workshop brings together young people from the regions of South Ostrobothnia, Kainuu, Kymenlaaks, Pirkanmaa and Häme, North Ostrobothnia and Northern Satakunta.
The Digital Transition
16 December 2021
16:00 - 18:00
On 16 December from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for all classes, via meet, the first conference will be held in connection with the European consultation “What future for the European project?”. This first conference will be held by Dr. Massimo Contri (manager in the ITC sector) and will have as its theme the Digital Transition (artificial intelligence, big-data, internet: concentration between a few companies and consequences for competition and consumer rights. Work organisation and new production systems: polarisation of work between high-level professions and precarious jobs. New professionalism: impact on training and opportunities for employment growth)
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