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4/05/2011

Social developments in the European Union

The 2010 edition of Social developments in the European Union examines the ways in which the EU has tackled the main challenges related to the fiscal crisis, the first steps towards implementation of the Lisbon Treaty and the launch of the EU2020 Strategy. Its publication will be marked at a conference which will take place on 30 May 2011 (2.30 - 6.00 p.m.) at the EESC.

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17/03/2011

Launch Benchmarking Working Europe 2011

On Wednesday, 23 March - on the verge of this year’s Spring European Summit, the Benchmarking Working Europe 2011 report will be launched, in the presence of ETUC General Secretary John Monks and ETUI General Director Philippe Pochet.

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1/02/2011

EU2020 and the social impact of Economic Governance

As a continuation of its training / workshop on “The Lisbon Treaty and its impacts on workers’ rights and trade unions” the ETUI will give a two-day training on “EU2020 and the social impact of Economic Governance”.

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15/12/2010

New fact sheets on European Sectoral Social Dialogue

A new feature on the ETUI worker-participation website is the set of Sectoral Social Dialogue fact sheets.

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6/12/2010

Vienna, 7-8/12 December 2010 - Conference: Empowering European trade union leaders

The ETUI’s Education Department is holding this two-day conference to propose and discuss ideas about ways of improving the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) strategy on trade union training. The gathering will offer the opportunity to present the ETUI training programme for 2011 and assess the outcome of some recently conducted innovative projects.

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20/11/2010

A New Political Economy for Europe

ETUI senior researcher Andrew Watt participated in the conference ‘A Political Economy for the Good Society’ organised by the FES London and Compass on 18-19 November 2010. He discussed the requirements of a new political economy for Europe.

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29/09/2010

ETUI course: No to austerity – Priority to employment and growth

ETUI course participants are also demonstrating, even if they are far away !

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