Healthcare professionals urge authorities to guarantee protection to those in front lines against Covid-19
Press release The European health professionals and their students’ organisations are calling on the European Commission and the governments to support and protect healthcare professionals fighting Covid-19.
A connected world relies on quality public services – and public money to boost our economies and safeguard jobs
The outbreak of the Corona virus pandemic is hitting workers and our communities hard. For now EPSU has cancelled its meetings until mid-April. This is necessary for many reasons, not least the protection of the health of staff and participants.
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Strikes and solidarity push health company to negotiate
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