Work programme and governance Work programme The Platform’s work programme for 2019-2020 deepens important aspects of the previous programme, with an important focus on cross-border cooperation. The work programme for 2021-2022 reflects the realities of tackling undeclared work in a difficult economic context. It aims to deepen understanding of (new) types of undeclared work and sectors particularly exposed (e.g. in relation to the collaborative economy, seasonal work, personal and household services as well as HORECA) whilst supporting partnerships, innovation and capacity building, as well as increasing public awareness of undeclared work. Governance At Platform meetings, members and observers come together to exchange ideas and good practices on tackling undeclared work, contribute to the Platform’s future strategic direction, and shape its work programme. The Platform holds two plenary meetings per year. Operational conclusions – Outputs of the seventh plenary meeting of the European Platform tackling undeclared work, Brussels, 24-25 October 2019 (2019) Operational conclusions - Outputs of the sixth plenary meeting of the European Platform tackling undeclared work, Brussels, 12-13 March 2019 (2019) For previous operational conclusions, please visit the publications and documents database. Below you find the latest thematic reports published after each Platform plenary meeting: Report of the 24-25 October 2019 Platform plenary meeting: Data protection and data exchange Report of the 12-13 March 2019 Platform plenary meeting: Tackling letterbox companies To find all previous reports, visit the virtual library. For key governance terms please refer to the Glossary of Governance Terms.