Ensuring workers were safe and equipped with personal protective equipment was one of the first priorities of trade unions in the early days of the pandemic.
Millions of workers will celebrate 1 May 2020 in confinement. We won’t be meeting in the squares or on the streets, nor in marches and demonstrations. The pandemic makes that impossible.
As you are working extremely hard to keep Europe’s public services going with many of you even being infected or losing co-workers, comrades or family members, this crisis underlines that we have no use for the wealthy.
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.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is dominating the news. Behind the headlines are the patients and their families, the thousands in quarantine, and the many more in villages and towns who see their lives uprooted.
A combination of public opinion, trade unions, water activists and others has blocked the privatisation of a water company in Jyväskylä in Finland.
29 January was an emotional one in the European Parliament with the vote to approve the UK withdrawal agreement. Despite of what the likes of Boris Johnson and others say, the story is not over and will never be over.
The Commission launched a series of new policy consultations this week. These cover fair minimum wages, the Just transition mechanism and funding for the Green Deal, the European Pillar of Social Rights and the road map on closing the gender pay gap thro