CESI Europe Academy on responsible players in OSH policy implementation in the public sector

On Friday, October 14, CESI's members' training centre, the Europe Academy, held its second symposium of the year on 'Responsible players in the implementation of the occupational safety and health (OSH) policy in the public sector in Europe:... Read more

Matthäus Fandrejewski presents a young trade unionist’s perspective on migration management to the European Parliament AFET and DEVE Committees

On Tuesday, October 11, CESI Youth Representative Matthäus Fandrejewski was invited to present a young trade unionist's perspective on migration management to the European Parliament Committees on Development and Foreign Affairs.

Consequences to be drawn from the British Brexit vote to prevent repeating the mistakes of the past – Commentary by Rainer Dumont du Voitel, former CESI Vice-President

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Mr Cameron’s referendum aimed to momentarily serve the cohesion of his own party but has done a disservice to both his country and the EU. The implementation of the British exit will require a great deal of effort and energy. It will have to be planned... Read more

CESI responds to second phase social partner consultation of work-life balance

Today, CESI submitted its response to the European Commission’s second-phase social partner consultation on possible action addressing the challenges of work-life balance faced by working parents and caregivers.

CESI’s main messages on the (forthcoming) European Pillar of Social Rights

At its meeting today, CESI's Presidium adopted main messages on the (forthcoming) European Pillar of Social Rights.