Seminar Programme

In our role as an education provider, we offer more than 70 seminars a year on a variety of issues related to workers’ questions - including work mobility, sustainability and demographic change. Maintaining the focus on Europe is important to us. Therefore our educational activities are held in 30 different countries. Overview:


How can the European social partners respond to the social and economic risks that are linked to a pandemic?
Calvi (Corsica) / FR
Restore democracy at work: fighting for better jobs, strong collective bargaining and enforceable workers’ rights
Sofia / BG
Modern types of work as a sustainable mobility solution
Brixen / IT
New types of organisational challenges: The significance of “alternative labour”
Budapest / HU
Preventing work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) with ergonomics. Social partners cooperation for reduction of work-related musculoskeletal disorders
Ruzomberok / SK
Migration and mobility within the borders of Europe
Trento / IT
Development of industrial relations and types of work in the digital age – concepts of “work”, “worker”, “company” – organising and representing workers
Aveiro / PT
Kick-off seminar: priorities of the European social dialogue
Gand / BE
Strengthening the social dimension in the European Packaging Sector: towards a functioning and representative European Social Dialogue committee - Part 1
Strengthening democracy through equality and social justice
Olanesti / RO

EZA education and training programme 2020

Due to the Corona crisis, there are various changes in the programme. We will try to inform you in good time about the changes and postponements. Thank you for your understanding.

Other topics include “Integrating migrants and refugees in the labour market”, “Inclusive labour markets”, “Capacity building”, the “Contribution of workers’ organizations to social justice in Europe” as well as “Working and living in a digitized world”.

Detailed information about individual seminars, contact partners and the registration modalities can be found in the programme.