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Round Table - Decent Work and Social Dialogue in Europe: What policies are needed to get out of the crisis?

For more than one year now we are in a deep financial and economic crisis. The social consequences are mainly felt by vulnerable groups which are already threatened by marginalisation from the labour market and social exclusion.

SOLIDAR, a European Network of NGOs, with the support of AK EUROPA, the Brussels Office of the Austrian Federal Chamber of Labour, and DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion and the S&D Group in the European Parliament would like to invite you to a Round Table on

Decent Work and Social Dialogue in Europe:  What policies are needed to get out of the crisis?

Wednesday, 9 June 2010, 12.30h

European Parliament | Altiero Spinelli | Room A5G315

Over the past decade we have been witnessing increasing numbers of people in precarious jobs or with atypical contracts in Europe. They mainly concern groups such as young people, elderly people and migrants and are more widespread in specific sectors such as construction, cleaning, long-term care and domestic work.

This Round Table will contribute to the debate on how to best address these challenges at European level. It will also give us the opportunity to discuss insights of the SOLIDAR project “Decent Work – A Key for Effective Industrial Relations”, which is helping to identify good practice examples and recommendations, notably in the form of social dialogue, to address these challenges at national and European level.

Hosted by Pascale Gruny (MEP EPP) and Evelyn Regner (MEP S&D) with contributions from Jan Cremers (Amsterdam Institute for advanced labour studies), Josef Wöss (Vienna Chamber of Labour) and Jean-Paul Tricart (European Commission).

Simultaneous translations available during round table EN/FR - FR/EN

Register under events@solidar.org

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Brochure with recommendations to national and EU stakeholders
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