EU Court of Justice: Awarding of public contracts may be made subject by law to a minimum wage

24 Nov 2015
Last week, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) issued its ruling in matters of case C-115/14, ruling that the award of public contracts may be made subject by law to a minimum wage.

Paris attacks: CESI in solidarity with its French member organisations

14 Nov 2015
Following the Paris terrorist attacks of Friday, November 13, CESI President Romain Wolff and Secretary general Klaus Heeger wrote a letter to CESI's French member organisations, expressing their solidarity and support.

CESI Trade council ‘Education’ discusses on the role of education and of teaching values in the prevention of radicalisation

12 Nov 2015
On November 10, CESI’s Trade council ‘Education’ – the internal forum of debate and deliberation of CESI’s teachers’ member organisations – had its annual meeting in Brussels. During the meeting, current developments, priorities and challenges... Read more

European Equal Pay Day 2015

2 Nov 2015
“Cheerful declarations do not reflect reality: there are no true equal opportunities for men and women. Just like in the past, women hit the “glass ceiling” in many places”, explains Kirsten LĂŒhmann, the Chair of CESI’s Committee on Women's... Read more

Labour mobility, parental leave & social dialogue: CESI speaks to MEP Thomas HĂ€ndel

29 Oct 2015
Between the European elections and summer this year, MEP Thomas HĂ€ndel (GUE/NGL) was absent from Brussels politics due to illness. Recently, CESI met with Mr HĂ€ndel, Chair of the European Parliament Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, in order... Read more