This week the European Commission will publish a proposal to revivify social dialogue. It must be more than words.
The European Union must stop compromising on the fundamental right of workers to health and safety.
A ‘tight’ labour market is not such a bad thing for trade unions—and therefore for workers.
Sanctions have so far been economic and short-term. The long-term goal of political freedom in Russia must be kept in mind.
The pandemic has focused attention on health and safety. But workers were already dying just trying to make a living.
If ‘strategic autonomy’ is to define the EU’s relation to the world, linked trade deals must not mean dependence for workers.
In the neoliberal era, global trade deals have come at the expense of workers. That can and must be reversed.