A ‘better work’ strategy is necessary for resilient societies and economies

Commentary in blog ‘Migrants and Systemic Resilience: A Global COVID19 Research and Policy Hub (Mig-Res-Hub)’ on MigrationPolicyCentre.eu

The Covid-19 crisis has rightly shone a light on the employment conditions of migrant workers, especially of those working in agriculture, associated logistics and food industries, often considered as ‘vital’ sectors. But only improving ‘protection’ and making work more ‘Covid-proof’ is not enough to make society and economy more resilient and crisis resistant. A ‘better work’ strategy is needed. Go to website