A new report has identified good and bad practices which can inform national efforts at ‘just transition’.
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Just transition works and there are already many lessons learned. The most important is that workers must see a positive pathway ahead.
The deputy prime minister of Spain responsible for the ecological transition describes the experience there of making ‘just transition’ a reality.
Despite rising employment in many western economies, poverty is not declining. What’s wrong with labour-market policies?
Publicly-owned fibre networks don’t just mean free WiFi. From energy grids to smart transport, they will be the backbone of a new, green socialist economy.
How well children, dependent adults and the elderly are cared for isn’t about national stereotypes—but it does reflect welfare regimes.
Taking the EU directive on work-life balance off the page will require determined trade-union efforts, including in challenging prejudices.
Adam Tooze dissects how the macroeconomic policy discourse is disabling necessary German, and European, steps forward.
The decision of the European Council, at French behest, not to begin accession negotiations for North Macedonia and Albania will have region-wide reverberations.
The European Green Deal does not just aim at combating the climate crisis. It’s also an opportunity for social change.
A genuinely social Europe must have economic democracy rather than rely only on market mechanisms.
The nationalist left offers one response to neoliberal globalisation. The wrong one.