Illegal state aid in Ireland: Well-deserved bite in the Apple

The European Commission found today that two tax rulings issued by Ireland substantially lowered the tax paid by Apple in the country since 1991 and that this represents illegal state aid under EU rules. Ireland must now recover unpaid taxes from Apple... Read more

August 12 – A day to put the youth at the centre of attention

On the occasion of the International Youth Day, CESI reiterates the importance of youth questions in today's Europe. CESI, as a representative of more than 5 million workers across Europe, highlights the need to defend the interests of the youth... Read more

After a sad Brexit, more joy about the continuation of European integration! – Commentary by Rainer Dumont du Voitel, former CESI Vice-President

1 Jul 2016
Following the Brexit, it is necessary to develop a concept for Europe by means of a realistic, sensible combination of “downsizing” and a greater “step forward” that does not exclude common perspectives, and in which unconditional Europeans, federalists... Read more

Call for tender: Subcontracting for video

For its 18-months EC-funded project that aims at better tackling and preventing old and new psychosocial risks, the European Social Dialogue Committee for Central Government Administrations (SDC CGA) is looking for a contractor to produce a video.

The UK votes to leave the EU: An earthquake – but we have to keep calm!

24 Jun 2016, keywords :
Yesterday, by a margin of 48 to 52%, the UK voted in a referendum to leave the EU. While the UK government still has to hand in a formal notice of intention to leave the EU, exit negotiations between the two sides will span over at least two years. The... Read more