Trade, Public Services
We are pleased to invite you to an on-line meeting on 15 June, from 13h00 to 16h00 on “GATS reloaded: securing the public interest in global trade in services negotiations”, organised by EPSU, AK EUROPA and ÖGB Europabüro.The meeting aims to support a better understanding of the controversial issue
We should aim for “private sufficiency and public luxury”. These were opening remarks at the EPSU workshop on public services and trade, organised jointly with AK EUROPA, ÖGB Europabüro and ETUC on 19 November 2019 in Brussels.
Public Services unions in Inter-Americas speaking out against corporate power – a complete transformation needed
Attacks on trade union rights, the growth of corporate power and capture of the state by these companies and the impact of privatisation were among the themes discussed at the regional conference for the InterAmericas of PSI.
Workshop organised on 30 November by AK EUROPA, EPSU and the ÖGB Europabüro brought together experts associated with the European Commission, the European Parliament, NGOs, trade unions and academics - Final report 'Assessing the claimed benefits of the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA)' January 2018
current debates on future EU trade & investment policy, including on the gender dimension - a new EC ‘non-paper’ on trade and sustainable development Chapters - developments MIC project - UN Treaty on business and human rights - recent EPSU-PSI Japan Council statement on JEFTA - TiSA publications - CETA provisional application 21 September - Brexit - EU-Ukraine DCFTA & health and social care
Speaking at the European Parliament TiSA intergroup meeting, Penny Clarke, said: ‘It has been a year since the European Parliament adopted a resolution which laid down a number of ‘red lines’ for TiSA,
Joint briefing for EP plenary vote on 15 February on CETACommon concerns from the European Trade Union Federations (ETUFs)(3 February 2017) The European trade union federations share a number of common concerns about CETA as it is now being proposed to the European Parliament. The Joint
(30 January 2017) According to newly leaked documents, the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) is in severe trouble. The papers show that despite attempts to delete controversial proposals from the draft text, very little has been achieved in almost any of the service areas, such as