ETUC


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AcronymDefinition
ETUCEuropean Trade Union Confederation (est. 1973)
ETUCEducation Trade Union of Croatia (est. 1995)
ETUCEdinburgh Trades Union Council (UK)
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"By sowing austerity, we are reaping recession, rising poverty and social anxiety," argues Bernadette SA[c]gol, ETUC General Secretary.
The ETUC resolution also emphasises the role of employee involvement.
In a letter to the ministers accompanying the resolution, Mr Monks said: "The ETUC calls on you to immediately change course.
"This is a campaign launched in some anger and with real commitment," ETUC leader John Monks said.
However, ETUC is not opposed in principle to policies leading to sound accounts.
ETUC further calls for sustainable and affordable public transport as well as an EU directive on sustainable mobility.
The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) welcomed the fact that the European Commission had recognised the need for social investment in the EU - by presenting, on 20 February, its communication Towards social investment for growth and cohesion' (the social investment package, see Europolitics 4591).
The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and the European Mine, Chemical and Energy Workers' Federation (EMCEF) have joined forces to help push an information campaign towards firms that market chemicals.
Looking ahead to the Copenhagen summit on climate change this coming December, the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and its federations launched a campaign calling for policies that take account of protecting the climate, from both an environmental point of view and a social point of view.
On 28 January in Madrid, Spain, three hundred people attended the 40th anniversary conference of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), showing that they continue to believe that trade unions play "a central role".
The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) regrets the vote by the European Parliament's Industry Committee, which weakens the proposals aimed at forcing automotive manufacturers to reduce CO2 emissions from new passenger cars.