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News about our activities


'Young TU Leaders': week two in Brussels

The second week of the ‘European training for young TU leaders’ course took place on 20-24 February 2017, in Brussels . Participants had the opportunity to learn more about the work of the trade unions at the European level.

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Combating discrimination: Rights for LGBTQI* workers

Trade Unions have a significant role to play in promoting equality in work places. The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) has in fact embraced LGBTQI equality in its manifesto and work programme

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New guide: Etre citoyen et syndicaliste en Europe

The new Guide is a tool for trainers to organise a basic course for trade unionists with no experience about the European Union.

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ETUI course on precarious work and trade union renewal

Together with the Italian trade union UIL and the Belgian FGTB/ABVV, the ETUI organised a course on ‘Precarious Work and Trade Union Renewal’ that took place in Rome from 20th to 22nd September.

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EDUDays 2016 in Gdansk, Poland

The ETUI’s education department will be organising its annual EduDays 2016 from 11 to 13 October 2016 in Gdańsk, Poland.

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Course programme 2016-2017

A programme introducing ETUI courses for 2016-2017 is available on the ETUI training page.

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Training of Eurotrainers (ETT)

Another group of prospective Eurotrainers en route towards accreditation and certification through the University of Lille

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FREE English Online course about ETUC Congress 2015

Learn more about the ETUC overarching themes of the Congress, priorities for the next work-programme and other topics related to the Trade union world of work in an interesting and topical manner.

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Training European young trade union leaders

During the last week of February, 24 young trade union leaders from 12 countries participated to the second week of the European training for young trade union leaders.

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