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Intergenerational Justice in the labour market

Intergenerational justice on the labour market was in the focus of the FRFG in 2008. Following the 4th Intergenerational Justice Award on the topic ‘The unequal treatment of the old and the young in the workplace’ and the 2008 FRFG Symposium titled ‘Easing the rush hour of life’, the FRFG currently conducts an empirical study with the 612 members of the Bundestag. The questionnaire ‘Intergenerational justice in the labour market’ measures the MPs awareness of the problems of the young generation and asks them which legal measures for an amelioration of the situation they would be ready to support. This survey findings will be published in the anthology ‘A Young Generation Under Pressure?’ in fall 2009. You can find the questionnaire and the article here.