Building the capacities of workers’ organizations

Strong workers’ organizations are needed to create a social Europe. In our complex work society, they represent interests and are actively involved in companies and in society, and therefore ensure a balance and social stability. To this end, they need skills, resources, advice and education. With our programme, we ensure that workers’ organizations can remain active for the benefit of a social Europe, and that they are able to expand the range of their activities.


WEBINAR: Renewal in workers‘ organisations – communication and public relations
Involvement and participation of workers in decision- making
Will the Transnational Company Agreements (TCA) allow a negotiated approximation of labour standards in multinational corporations in the EU?
Strengthening the social dimension in the European Packaging Sector: towards a functioning and representative European Social Dialogue committee
Trade unions in transformation – future of workers‘ organisations
New members of the European Union as the basis for the development of social dialogue
What kind of Europe do we want to build? Workers’ perspective
Bled / SI
Trust as a fundamental condition for a fair, social and cooperative society: an action plan for the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights
Changing work in a digital world: Are we prepared?
Social justice as a precondition for a democratic development of society which respects the individual and helps his/her development and integration in society: the role of workers‘ organisations
Brno / CZ


Integration of migrants and refugees in the labour market - the role of workers' organizations

Successful Social Dialogue in Europe – Criteria, Values and Implementation

Trade union strategies to promote good labour relations in a changing industrial landscape

Prospects for trade union action in Europe during and after the crisis: challenges, strategic approaches, self-conception and positioning

Participative worker training and education in Europe