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Changing Europe together – 4th UNI Europa conference

Thursday 24 September 2015

UNI Europa Regional Secretary message Dear colleagues, dear friends, for the UNI Europa secretariat and the Conference Preparatory Committee excitement around the 4th UNI Europa Conference is building up quickly. Our work in building an interesting programme is progressing and being guided by the slogan of the conference Changing Europe together – Cambiamo insieme l’Europa….

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dignity@work: online survey for professionals in film&TV and live performance

Tuesday 22 September 2015

Today we are launching an online survey, which is addressed to professionals in film & TV and live entertainment production and focusses on key concerns, such as working time, health and safety, and collective rights. The results of this survey will be included in the research report in the framework of our European project « dignity@work…

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UNI Europa sends letter of solidarity with trade unions to Lithuanian prime minister

Friday 18 September 2015

UNI Europa has on 16 September sent a letter of solidarity with the Lithuanian trade unions and their protests against the new labour code to Mr.Algirdas Butkevičius, Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania Here is the full text Dear Mr Butkevicius, UNI Europa stands in full solidarity with the Lithuanian trade unions and their protest…

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UNI President & President of PAM slams Finnish government’s attack on workers

Thursday 17 September 2015

Ann Selin, the President of the biggest union in Finland, PAM, and also the President of UNI Global Union, says the right wing Finnish government’s anti-trade union legislation is an assault on employees. Selin urged working people to join the mass demonstration planned for Friday 18 September in Helsinki.  UNI Global Union and its 20…

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Tuesday 15 September 2015

Commenting on the outcome of the Home Affairs Ministers Council on the refugee crisis, Bernadette Ségol, General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), said “The failure to take the necessary decisions is a disgrace.” “The little that has been agreed is grossly inadequate. The next time the Ministers meet the humanitarian crisis is…

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