Traités : TiSA – CETA – TTIP

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26 juillet 201726 juillet 2017

Etudes sur l’impact négatif du TiSA

By |Categories: ACS, AECG, FSESP, FSESP, USF - Union Syndicale Fédérale|Tags: , , , , |

En anglais seulement As reported in the February EPSU trade update, TiSA negotiations have come to a halt and there are uncertainties about the future of the negotiations, at least until the position of the US is clearer. The draft final Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) and the report of the civil dialogue meeting on 17 May that discussed the SIA is available. EPSU reiterated its concerns over the lack of protection for public services and workers’ rights. A number of organisations have published further studies about the negative impact of TiSA: In May the ITF (International Transport Federation) published research [...]

17 mai 201717 mai 2017

Le Tribunal de l’Union européenne renforce les droits des citoyens

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Αrrêt du 10 mai 2017 dans l’affaire T-754/14 : Le Tribunal de l’UE censure le refus de la Commission d’enregistrer la proposition d’initiative citoyenne européenne (ICE) «Stop TTIP» Le Tribunal de l’UE renforce les droits des citoyens ! Le Comité des citoyens ‘Stop TTIP’, ayant recueilli 3,3 millions de signatures, a transmis à la Commission européenne une proposition d’initiative citoyenne européenne (ICE) [1]. La Commission européenne a refusé de l’enregistrer. Le Comité des citoyens a alors demandé au Tribunal de l’UE d’annuler cette décision de la Commission. Le Tribunal a fait droit à ce recours (arrêt T-754/14) [2]. La Commission a [...]

28 février 201728 février 2017

Europe needs a pay rise and CETA reaches end of EP road

By |Categories: AECG, Augmentation salariale|Tags: , , |

L'article n'existe qu'en anglais ! News from EPSU - Special edition The voice of 8 million European public services workers   Welcome to this special edition of the EPSU Newsletter, two crucial events took place in the European trade unions and European Union sphere, last week, which we believe merit the focus of their own publication. The launch of the ETUC’s ‘Europe Needs a Pay Rise - Its Time for Our Recovery campaign, which took place in Brussels on the 14th and 15th of February, marked a new step in union action to end the austerity policies which have blighted [...]

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