Remunicipalisation, Work-life balance, Privatisation, Papers and publications
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
Report on the Privatisation and Private Sector Involvement and other Forms of State Disengagement in Migration and Refugee Services
(18 September 2018) The European Public Service Union (EPSU) and Public Services International (PSI) commissioned a research to inform both our work in influencing policy on global governance of migration at European Union, national and global levels, build awareness and capacity among affiliates
Joint ETUI/EPSU course 'Quality public services, gender equality and the European Pillar of Social Rights’
‘Quality public services, gender equality and the European Pillar of Social Rights’ 22 and 23 February 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.Joint course organised by The Education Department of the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) and EPSU
A report written by The Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU) and commissioned by European Public Service Union (EPSU) investigates the impact of privatization and liberalization on waste services.
The research “Financing health care: False Profits and the Public Good', by Jane Lethbridge of Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), University of Greenwich was commissioned by PSI and released on Thursday 13 November 2014 at the Australian NSW Nurses and Midwives Association Forum
EPSU Briefing on Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) "11 facts about public-private partnerships (PPPs)"
(16 December 2014) There is no empirical evidence that the private sector is intrinsically more efficient than the public sector. This is the main conclusion from a comprehensive review of hundreds of studies covering all forms of privatisation across many different sectors.The report for EPSU by