Trade unions, workers' organisations and civil society in general must make the connections between the need to transform the global economy to become safe, fair and democratic, and the need to transform the economy to become ecologically sustainable.
We demand that EU Member States’ Health Ministers accept and follow the guidelines published by the EU Commission to ensure a strategic, coordinated response to this pandemic and Europe’s subsequent recovery.
We call on Members of Poland’s Parliament to reject these regressive legislative proposals.
Workers without Border advocates for the European institutions to do more to protect the rights of workers who move.
We will emerge from the current coronavirus pandemic with a very different view of the social and environmental needs of resilient public services, resilient individuals and resilient communities.
This two-day international conference in Paris aims to launch a research and active agenda to understand and politically empower the 17 million EU mobile citizens.
The European Parliament opened its doors to the French president Macron last week to hear his vision for the European Union: a more integrated Europe to safeguard freedom and democracy against the perils of nationalism, illiberalism and authoritarianism at home and abroad;…