Our second report on the struggles of migrant workers in the delivery, care and agricultural sectors not only shows how the system of exploitation works in Europe.
Now is time to move on from precarious Europe: the Social Pillar must ensure fair, decent and safe worker mobility in the EU
Europe depends on workers moving. Whether they are making deliveries, harvesting fruits and vegetables, caring for elderly people, working in construction, metal workers, lawyers, doctors, researchers or in many other kinds of work. People who move country in Europe are essential to the wellbeing of everyone.
In 2020 and 2021 we are publishing a series of reports with key recommendations to the European Labour Authority to do more to protect young European workers.
Our new memorandum calls to the European Labour Authority to do more to protect the rights of mobile workers
With Workers without Borders we advocate for the European institutions to do more to protect the rights of mobile workers. Last week, we sent a legal memorandum to the newly established European Labour Authority calling to take initiative in order to protect the rights of young workers.
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.