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On Tuesday, Parliament gave its final green light to the EU’s main instrument for investing in people and tackling inequalities for the next seven years.

The public hearing on Tuesday focused on how the labour market can adapt to digitalisation, the emergence of new jobs, and changes at the workplace brought by AI.

The Committee on Employment and Social Affairs will hold a discussion with the Commission and with experts on the alleged attacks on fundamental workers' rights and freedoms on Thursday.

The EU should ensure better protection of mobile workers during a crisis through the establishment of a healthcare protocol, MEPs say in a report adopted on Wednesday.

Parliament urges Council and Commission to be ambitious in the delivery of new plans that aim to lift 5 million children out of poverty by 2030.

The renewed European Globalisation Adjustment Fund will allow more European workers to access financial support from the fund.

The committee on Employment and Social Affairs will discuss the draft report on the proposal for a directive on Adequate minimum wages in the EU on Thursday from 16.45 – 17.30.

Members of the social affairs and employment committee voted on Thursday for stricter EU rules to better protect workers from exposure to carcinogens, mutagens and reprotoxic agents at work.

Mobile workers in strategic manufacturing supply chains, such as for medical equipment, are essential and quarantine requirements should be reconsidered for these workers.

In a resolution voted today, MEPs reiterate the importance of the social dimension in this year’s Annual Sustainable Growth Strategy and in the national reform and resilience plans.