Migration, Tax justice, Public Services, Defence Sector, Economic Policy
Campaigning for the right to water, negotiating on information and consultation rights for central government workers, lobbying for tougher action on tax avoidance and fraud, standing up to multinationals and defending dismissed or imprisoned trade unionists … these are just some of the many
Equality between men and women, precarious work for young people, transitions in the labour market triggered by climate change and digitalisation: these were among the main themes debated during a ETUC Summer School on 4-5 July in Montepulciano, Italy.
(12 September 2016) A large group of European organisations sent a message to Europe’s government leaders meeting in the European Council 16 September. We expect that they develop a vision for Europe that inspires. It says “ Too many people across Europe are dissatisfied and disillusioned with the
European trade unions fight for workers' rights in aftermath brexit.Leaders of European Trade unions in the ETUC met UK unionists to discuss the consequences of BREXIT. The extraordinary committee adopted a statement that calls for an end to austerity. We ask for more investment in public services