The members of the council agreed that the key priorities that the May 1st Institute should address in the future are the area of a long-lived society and the challenges it brings. In this context, the most important topics are healthcare, pensions, long-term care and tax reform, as they all affect how the field of a long-lived society will develop.
They agreed that it is necessary to pay special attention to the field of digitization and artificial intelligence, as science and the digital world are developing extremely quickly, and it is right to follow the pace of development and keep up with the times, also through expert consultations, where we can we discuss changes in this field on an ongoing basis and point out the challenges and pitfalls of digitization.
The council members also agreed that the area of corporate social responsibility and economic democracy should be addressed as a key area.
The vision of the May 1st Institute is to become a platform that is open to dialogue with all relevant stakeholders, thus drawing attention to key social problems and addressing them with experts who can say a lot about it.