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The Future of Europe – the services workers’ perspective

Friday 24 March 2017

Oliver Roethig, UNI Europa’s Regional Secretary, will today attend a high level event on ‘The Future of Europe –  Shaping our Future TOGETHER’ in Rome. The event comes one day before the 60th anniversary of the treaties of Rome, when EU Heads of State will gather in Rome to reflect on the state of the…

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A just digital future and economy for European services workers

Thursday 23 March 2017

Today, UNI Europa’s Regional Secretary Oliver Roethig is speaking at a high level event on digitalisation – the ‘Digital Day’, organised by the European Commission and the Republic of Italy, in collaboration with the Maltese Presidency of the European Union. The focus of the session will be ‘Digital Transformation, Jobs and Skills’ and the effects…

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Call for tender for project on challenges of the digitalisation in the services industry

Wednesday 22 March 2017

UNI Europa is looking to recruit an expert within the framework of a project funded by the European Commission and entitled “The challenges of the digitalisation in the services industry: a new area for information, consultation, participation rights of workers and transnational negotiations”. Please find attached the project description. Tasks involved for the expert The…

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The Europe we want: just, sustainable, democratic and inclusive

Tuesday 21 March 2017

UNI Europa is one of the 237 European civil society organisations and trade unions that published a common appeal to European leaders today: The Europe we want: just, sustainable, democratic and inclusive Common appeal to European leaders signed by 237 European Civil Society Organisations and Trade Unions As we mark the 60th anniversary of the…

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Parliament inaction on lobby transparency could sink register reform

Friday 17 March 2017

The European Parliament must do more to improve lobby transparency, 100 civil society organisations urged in an open letter published today. MEPs were warned that the European Commission’s current proposal for a revised EU Transparency Register would allow for even less scrutiny than the existing one, and that to champion greater transparency across all EU…

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