Beyond Borders: Breakfast Debate

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Date(s): 29/04/2021
Time: 10:00 am - 11:15 am

Venue: Online
Cost: FREE

Event Details

Following the success of the first ‘Beyond Borders: Breakfast Debate’ in February, the next edition will take place on 29th April and will focus on cross-border labour mobility.

By increasing opportunities for those commuting between Member States, border regions can boost economic development and productivity. During this event, our speakers will engage in a debate over the implications of cross-border commuting and how policy action can ease or at least alleviate the barriers limiting it.

Cross-border work differs from migration when the workers’ place of residence does not change if they take up employment in another country. Indeed, cross-border labour mobility can increase opportunities for locals, and similarly, provides employers with more workers, especially in in regions where a specific workforce is lacking.

The event will be online and hosted on the Hopin platform.

Website: https://hopin.com/events/beyond-borders-breakfast-debate-2-cross-border-commuters-a-daily-journey-between-obstacles-and-opportunities
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