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National social dialogue must be improved, or Europe will fail to deliver a Just Transition of the Green Transition

Social dialogue and workers’ rights are evidently undermined across Europe. This will jeopardise the Just Transition – a fair and inclusive green transition that leaves no-one behind.

EU Social Dialogue ‘mission creep’

Social dialogue is a cornerstone of the European social model and has been enshrined at EU level since the 1980s. It is, by definition, a difficult process, and its workings and structures differ considerably across the continent, writes Arnaldo Abruzzini.

Calls for ‘a more social’ Europe are unjustified

Calls for Europe to be 'more social' are unjustified as there is nothing particularly 'un-social' either in the EU at large or the internal market, argues Jacques Pelkmans in a paper for the College of Europe.
Sports 20-05-2005

Comment on a proposed social dialogue solution for football within the EU

Football in the EU suffers from too many levels of legal regulation, argues a research fellow from the Asser International Sports Law Centre. His view is that a social dialogue bringing together clubs and players throughout the EU is one solution.
Economy & Jobs 11-12-2003

European Social dialogue and Civil dialogue

This report was issued after a seminar organised by Notre Europe on 10 June 2003 with the collaboration of the European Economic and Social Committee.
Enlargement 14-09-2001

Social Dialogue in European Union Candidate Countries

Introduction: In the context of enlargement of the European Union and with the support of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs, the European social partners (UNICE-UEAPME, CEEP, ETUC) launched a project whose purpose was to take stock...