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Undeclared work among displaced persons/refugees from Ukraine was discussed at a subgroup meeting of ELA Platform Tackling Undeclared Work in Warsaw today

A newly established subgroup on tackling undeclared work among displaced persons/refugees from Ukraine met in Warsaw today. Different authorities and social partners need to combine their efforts to promote declared work, protect workers’ rights, and address the vulnerabilities and risks possibly faced by the Ukrainian workers when entering the European labour market.

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Latvia’s participation in ELA’s “Rights for all seasons” campaign
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15th High Level meeting between EU and ILO
Cooperating globally on employment and social matters: 15th High Level meeting between EU and ILO

From 29 September to 2 October, the International Labour Office (permanent secretariat of the International Labour Organization) and the European Commission held their 15th High-Level meeting in a hybrid format from Geneva and Brussels.

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Making the transition to declared work

Find out more about the several initiatives across the EU to encourage and help workers to choose declared work.

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#EU4FairWork: highlights from the Week of Action

The #EU4FairWork Week of Action was the peak of the first ever campaign for declared work launched by the European Platform tackling undeclared work jointly with the European Labour Authority.

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Joining forces across the EU to tackle undeclared work

Undeclared work puts workers at a multitude of risks, undermines public finances and threatens the financial sustainability of social protection systems. While tackling undeclared work is primarily the responsibility of national authorities, this continuing challenge often has an important cross-border dimension.

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Tackling undeclared work – success stories from various sectors

The COVID 19 pandemic has placed undeclared workers under the spotlight, particularly in key sectors such as cleaning and care services, agriculture and tourism. What can be done to prevent and address undeclared work in these sectors? This article briefly presents some lessons learned through the European Platform tackling undeclared work since 2016.

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EU4FairWork: Commission launches campaign to tackle undeclared work

The Commission launched the first European campaign for declared work. It will work hand in hand with the European Platform tackling undeclared work and the European Labour Authority.

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#EU4FairWork: ELA is part of the first EU campaign to tackle undeclared work

The Commission launched the first European campaign for declared work. It will work hand in hand with the European Platform tackling undeclared work and the European Labour Authority.

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