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Together partners from Northern Ireland, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands and Lithuania are working on developing policies to raise awareness of the effects of the gig economy on young people.
Giggin Policy is an Erasmus+ project which started in January 2021. Due to corona, it was not possible to meet earlier. On the 17th of May, a delegation from the Netherlands, consisting of partners from De Friese Poort, Municipality of Leeuwarden and Learning Hub Friesland travelled to Ireland to finally meet the other partners physically. […]
On Thursday 10 March, Friesland College and Learning Hub Friesland hosted a successful event at the Kanselarij to discuss the gig economy. Freelancers, students, teachers and policymakers came together to reflect on the gig economy. With the continued growth in the number of self-employed people, a gig economy is unfolding, in which temporary hiring is […]
Are you curious about the GIG Economy or are you already a part of it? We would like to invite you to the GIG Economy event where you can learn more about the topic, participate in a roundtable discussion and network with like-minded people! Come to the De Kanselarij in Leeuwarden on March 10 for […]
This week the young adults of our organization were invited to participate in a discussion about the Giggin’ Policy project. The project deals with the gig economy and ways to involve young people in policy-making regarding the subject. It was great to see the project involving young adults already in the earliest stages of work! […]
Partners from the Entering the Gig Economy project gave a 3-day training course to participants from 4 countries – Ireland, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Gig Economy is an economy and labor market where freelance work is very normal. The training revolved around the effect this had on the future of young people and participants […]