New settlement for the UK: A bad day for the EU

The 28 heads of state and government of the EU Member States have agreed on a new settlement for the UK within the EU. What has been decided unanimously actually puts at risk two of the founding pillars of the EU: the principles of non-discrimination... Read more

Full house at CESI-Eurodiaconia parliamentary breakfast on fair labour mobility

Yesterday, CESI in cooperation with Eurodiaconia held a breakfast meeting in the European Parliament, hosted by MEP Jean Lambert, on fair labour mobility in the EU. With the participation of MEPs from four parliamentary groups, the European Commission's... Read more

European Semester Alliance to hold parliamentary hearing on March 1 on the functioning of the European Semester

On March 1, the European Semester Alliance will hold a hearing in the European Parliament on 'The Annual Growth Survey (AGS) behind, the Semester ahead: What proposals to make Europe 2020 more social, democratic and sustainable?'. As a member... Read more

Europe Academy 2015 project on information & consultation of workers: Synthesis report published

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The synthesis report of the 2015 project of CESI's Europe Academy on 'Better anticipate change and restructuring in public administrations in Europe: The role of information and consultation of workers' is now available on CESI's website.... Read more

CESI participates in CONFSAL conference on education for professional development

On 29 January, 2016, CESI’s Italian member organisation CONFSAL held a high level conference in Rome on the importance of a quality education for the cultural, personal and professional development of young people. CESI Secretary General Klaus Heeger... Read more