European Trade Union Institute, ETUI.

Priority 4: Working conditions and job quality


Dates to be confirmed

Targeting mainly economists working on workers’ participation, social dialogue and its institutions, and collective bargaining, the following three areas are considered to be of strategic policy importance:

  • Macro-economics and Eurozone governance
  • Labour market and welfare politics
  • Financial markets

The course will be delivered in cooperation with one High school or University.

picto language face2face


  • To introduce participants to current theories and debates in European economic and social policies and how these relate to trade unions and the overall bargaining environment facing them.
  • To equip them with new knowledge and skills which will enhance their effectiveness in dealing with governments, bargaining partners and officials.
  • To enable them to form networks with each other and with academics carrying out research; 
  • To share experiences and perspectives.