EU area of freedom, security & justice under scrutiny at the CESI’s Justice and Security trade councils
16 Nov 2018On November 15 affiliates of CESI's member trade unions from the law enforcement and justice sectors met to explore the state of play and the future of the EU's area of freedom, justice and security. Participants from 8 EU member states and... Read more
12 Nov 2018The European Commission work programme for 2019 includes an initiative to explore possibilities to switch from unanimous-based voting to qualified majority voting (QMV) in EU social policy making by the Member States in the Council. The procedural mechanism... Read more
11 Nov 2018When on November 11 1918 the First World War came to an end, a conflict which to the day is also referred to as The Great War, had caused millions of casualties -civilian and military- and great suffering in societies across Europe and beyond. With many... Read more
7 Nov 2018In recent judgments, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has strengthened the rights of workers (and their heirs) in relation to the application of the EU Working Time Directive.
3 Nov 2018November 3 is EU Equal Pay Day. It symbolises the average wage gap between women and men across the EU Member States by commemorating the day on which the ‘average’ woman -in relation to the ‘average’ man- does not get paid anymore until the end... Read more