PROVIDUS is currently working on research about workplace integration in Riga. If you are a national from of another country currently working in the city, we would like to invite you to a group conversation about your experience:
Is it time for the social security policy to change? Is the universal basic income a good way to replace the benefit system? Is it not going to create an even bigger gap between the poor and the rich? Can universal basic income promote job mobility and encourage people to acquire new skills? Is it a solution for the shrinking job market due to the development of the artificial intelligence? What is the international experience?
90% of future workplaces will require digital skills, but nearly half of Latvia's population do not have sufficient skills in this area. What are the existing policy initiatives and practices to promote learning of digital skills? How do employers ensure that their employees have the appropriate level of knowledge? How can the development of these skills foster the growth of Latvia's economy and create a more inclusive and diverse labour market? o employment practices and regulations need to change to keep pace with digitalisation and modern business models? Read
Social orientation activities encompass courses, modules and other initiatives in which non-nationals are introduced with basic civic knowledge of the host society. In Latvia they are provided in the framework of social integration policy guidelines, and cover activities for third country nationals and beneficiaries of international protection. Read
We're excited to invite you to MigrationMatters first ever screening in Latvia, featuring videos from their newest online course "Rethinking 'Us' & 'Them': Integration and Diversity in Europe", which examines questions such as: "How do we make integration work?", "Why is talking about identity so complicated?", and "How can we learn diversity?". Read
As the next local election is approaching in 2017, we want to discuss the ways municipalities can incorporate all their inhabitants in the life of the municipality, also including people who do not hold Latvian citizenship. Indeed, what are the means beyond voting that may foster the realization of the full potential of this particular group in order to use their knowledge and skills for the promotion of local development?
PROVIDUS together with Diversity Development Group and Forum Polonia invites to take part in a workshop on the participation of mobile EU citizens in countries of residence. Read
Video from the introductory panel of the conference held in Riga on 10 June 2016. Read
A new report on the engagement of Baltic and Polish citizens in Irish political life. Read
PROVIDUS' research reflecting project results on innovative working methods for reducing risks provoked by antisocial behaviour in children. Read
Common interests and redefined comparative advantages create favourable conditions for stronger cooperation among Poland and the Baltic States. Read