Today, the European Commission has published its first ever LGBTIQ strategy.
ETUC Confederal Secretary Ludovic Voet commented
"ETUC strongly supports the European Commission's commitment to LGBTIQ equality. The equality strategy is a welcome proposal and deserves support. ETUC firmly believes that there is an urgent need for the EU and national governments to step up their efforts to improve and enforce legal protection against LGBTIQ discrimination, to ensure LGBTIQ safety and guarantee LGBTIQ rights.
On 7 September 2020, the European Social and Economic partners (ETUC, BusinessEurope, CEEP, SMEunited and EuroChambres) and the European Commission - represented by Commissioners Johansson and Schmit - renewed their commitment to the European Partnership for Integration Offering opportunities for Refugees to integrate the European Labour Market with a
Brussels, 3 February 2020
ETUC resolution on avenues of work for the ETUC in migration and asylum fields (2019-2023)
Adopted at the Executive Committee Meeting of 17-18 December 2019
Defining the scope of the resolution