30.08.2021
Will Covid-19 Leave a Permanent Scar on Young People’s Futures?

A year and a half after the onset of the pandemic, young people are reflecting on the impact it has had on their lives.

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18.08.2021
Working From Home: Can the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

Working from home can make workers more productive and enhance their wellbeing, but only if several important conditions are met.

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14.05.2021
From Profit-taking to Life-making: Quality Care for People and Planet

Sociologist Sara Farris explains how the lens of social reproduction offers a way to understand the structural under-valuing of the work that keeps society on its feet.

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07.04.2021
How Greens in Government Are Tackling Homelessness

Greens are driving responses to homelessness but the pandemic and the lack of support from governments threaten to set back these efforts.

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04.03.2021
Guaranteeing the Right to Decent Work

The job guarantee is an ambitious proposal that aims to ensure everyone in society has access to fairly waged, decent work.

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04.02.2021
A Socio-Ecological Contract for a Post-Pandemic Europe

A conversation with the ETUI general director on what the pandemic has meant for workers and the window of opportunity to achieve a just and green recovery.

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30.11.2020
Liveable Spaces for All: Covid-19 in the City

The pandemic has reconfigured the way we use and think about urban space. Will it be sufficient for a fairer, healthier city to emerge?

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30.11.2020
Solidarity Not Charity: Mutual Aid in Europe

The coronavirus crisis saw networks of solidarity spring up across Europe and the world. The Green European Journal spoke to organisers about their activities.

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30.11.2020
Beyond the Bubble: Ageing, Solidarity and Covid-19

The health crisis is a chance for a new generational compromise built around connection, participation, and solidarity.

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30.11.2020
The Cost of Care: Rethinking Value in Times of Crisis

The burden of essential work has fallen heavily on the shoulders of women during the pandemic, even as the economy continues to undervalue them.

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