ETUC action on access to social protection (Resolution)
Adopted at the Executive Committee of 26 – 27 March 2019
In March 2018 the European Commission issued a proposal for a Council Recommendation on Access to Social Protection for Workers and self-employed.
EU PRIORITIES ON EDUCATION AND TRAINING POST 2020 – TOWARDS A EUROPEAN RIGHT TO TRAINING FOR ALL
Adopted at the Executive Committee Meeting of 7-8 March, 2018
A skilled workforce is one of the main assets of the European social and economic model. Education contributes to boosting economic growth and increase productivity and wages.
Brussels, 2 November 2017
To the Executive Committee
To the TUSLO
ETUC FOR GROWTH AND SOCIAL PROGRESS.
EARLY STAGE INPUTS FOR BROAD ECONOMIC GUIDELINES 2018
Adopted at the Executive Committee on 25 – 26 October 2017
EURO AREA RECOMMENDATIONS
The ETUC Roadmap for the Future of Europe
Adopted at the Executive Committee of 13 and 14 June 2017
On 1 March 2017, the President of the European Commission launched a reflection on the Future of Europe, involving the EU 27 Member States after Brexit, by publishing a White Paper to be followed by a series of Reflection Papers.
Whistleblowing and protection from blacklisting
Adopted at the Executive Committee on 14-15 December 2016
Whistleblowing is a fundamental aspect of freedom of expression and therefore of democracy. Yet wRecent cases have highlighted the need for protection for whistleblowers and have reinforced the ETUC demands for full coverage protection at EU level.
ETUC Platform on the Future of Europe
Resolution Adopted at the Meeting of the Executive Committee on the 26-27 October 2016
We, the European trade unions, want a European Union and a single market based on cooperation, solidarity and social justice – a European Union capable of competing in the world with a sustainable economic and social model.
Adopted at the Executive Committee Meeting of 14-15 December 2016
The European Semester is the annual cycle of economic policy guidance and surveillance for the economic governance of the EU. Member States coordinate their economic and social policies - in areas that often fall under their exclusive competence – within the Council and the Eurogroup. The intergovernmental dimension is dominant, as the decision-making power resides in the governments’ hands.
ETUC ACTION PROGRAMME FOR WELFARE AND SOCIAL PROTECTION
Resolution adopted at the Executive Committee Meeting of 14-15 December 2016
The present document outlines the main political priorities of the ETUC in the field of welfare and social protection, and proposes consistent actions on core themes and areas of intervention.
Introduction: The state of welfare and social protection in Europe