Unemployed, underpaid, excluded—women with disabilities remain invisible in social policies related to employment.
In a digitalised world, accessibility is ever more at a premium for the visually impaired—who should be involved in finding solutions.
Elon Musk claims he bought the platform to ‘help humanity’ by investing in a public good—the world’s digital town square. But it’s the people, not the pavement, that make the town square.
Portugal, whose national plan is launched today, offers a model for a transversal and localised approach.
How have those Ukrainians on the ground committed to integration reacted to the invasion? Stories from its Intercultural Cities network offer inspiration.
Subsidising high energy costs might seem the obvious answer to the cost-of-living crisis—but it’s not.
The international football governing body’s action in Qatar conflicts with its own guidance on human rights.
The splurge of Christmas consumerism, especially in Britain, Kate Pickett writes, is partly driven by status anxiety.
In a Europe of increasingly non-standard employment, social protection for all is more rather than less imperative.
The European Commission’s initiative on long-term care addresses disability yet ignores key aspects of international law.
Not only have many children been traumatised by the Russian invasion. Some of their carers and teachers have too.
Measures advanced by trade unions, and trade union involvement, will be key to getting through this crisis.
In a world that is ever more interconnected it is essential to question naturalised dividing lines and build solidarity.
‘Respect’ was a motif of the successful electoral campaign by Germany’s social-democratic leader, Olaf Scholz, in 2021. What’s at stake?
A new declaration based on the Istanbul convention carries forward the struggle against a pervasive social phenomenon.
A ‘social taxonomy’ should be developed as a counterpart to the green investment taxonomy, with comprehensive employee involvement.
Lack of action has allowed Greece to build a dark system of pushbacks, surveillance and other fundamental rights violations.
Lesbian feminists gather today for a conference in Budapest facing a ‘gender ideology’ backlash.
Europe must put children first in its response to the conflict in Ukraine.
The G20’s pandemic-preparedness fund risks becoming just another burdensome distraction.
Clapping key workers was one thing—Europe needs to recruit and retain more of them.