Sustainable Work Blog

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Between Continuity and Change

Forum for Work Life Research (FALF) invites you to the 2015 national working life conference June 10 to 12. The conference, which is the eighth in a series, is organized by the Centre for Work, Technology and Social Change,...

Sustainable work as a resource for health, innovation and growth

This is a platform aimed at promoting the inclusion of sustainable work as a resource for health, innovation and growth in Horizon 2020. It is built on a consortium of leading Swedish OSH researchers, social partners and representatives from Swedish private companies and authorities. At this website you can learn more about sustainable work, find resources and expand you network of partners. Welcome!

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Conference Proceedings from Sustainable Work in Sweden 2020

The proceedings from the conference “Sustainable Work in Sweden 2020” held in Stockholm on the 1st of December 2014 is now available to download. The report and some of the video material are in Swedish. http://www.av.se/arbetsmiljokunskap/hallbart-arbetsliv-2020.aspx In Swedish:...

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Sustainable work in a new European Silver Economy

Observations and reflections from European Summit on Innovations for Active&Healthy Ageing, the SQUARE, Brussels, March 9-10, 2015 The Summit was a dynamic and exploring knowledge-sharing platform on visions needs and demands, ICT for health services and work in...

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Industrial Relations In Europe Conference – IREC 2015

The conference takes place at University of Gothenburg from the 10th (early start) to 11th of September 2015. Please submit abstracts (max 400 words) before 21 April 2015 to irec2015@socav.gu.se Papers may be theoretical and/or empirical (using qualitative...

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Understanding employment participation of older workers

Last week, the Joint Programming Initiative “More years, better lives” released the final report of their fast-track project “Understanding employment participation of older workers”. The aim of the report is to define research needs with regard to the employment...