The Fit for 55% package should be accompanied by a legal framework on anticipation of change that leaves no one behind. This would be a stepping stone towards a more sustainable economy, turning Just Transition from rhetoric to reality.
IndustriAll Europe presents its demands in anticipation of next month’s publication of the revitalised European industrial strategy. Accelerating climate action and digitalisation need concrete answers now. Inequalities within and between countries must be tackled so ‘no one will be left behind’.
Social dialogue and collective bargaining have delivered concrete and positive results in the handling of the COVID-19 crisis, creating tailor-made solutions. This joint approach needs to continue. We must avoid the mistakes of the 2008-09 crisis where collective bargaining and workers’ rights were sacrificed.
How to secure the support of workers in industry for the European Green Deal? Make it social! IndustriAll European Trade union has identified the key requirements to secure their support for what is announced as the flagship initiative of the new European Commission.
industriAll Europe launches its “Together at Work” Campaign for collective bargaining. The campaign promotes the benefits of collective bargaining around Europe, for workers but also for the economy and the entire society
Brussels has witnessed two sets of major demonstrations in recent weeks – those by students concerned with climate change and those by people attracted to populist solutions to austerity. The two sets of protests are only seemingly unconnected, writes Luc Triangle.
The digital revolution is just around the corner. Luc Triangle, General Secretary of industriAll Europe, highlights that as well as being economically ambitious, we need an industrial strategy that is socially sustainable and fair.