European Solidarity and Labour Law: Some Thoughts Stemming from the Question of Restructuring in Europe
Title: European Solidarity and Labour Law: Some Thoughts Stemming from the Question of Restructuring in Europe
Author: MOREAU, Marie-Ange
Publisher: European University Institute
Series/Number: EUI LAW; 2007/33
This paper explores the EU solidarity place inside the labour relations. The first part scrutinizes the context in which in the EU solidarity can be developed: Solidarity between workers has national roots, no place at the Eu Institutional level, is limited inside the European Social dialogue. The second part explores the new roads opened facing restructurings: new forms of collective actions through EWC, initiatives of the EU Commission, Anti globalisation Fund. If new road are open, the situation is therefore limited for the European Solidarity
Subject: Solidarity; European Social Policy; European Work Council; Restructurings; Globalisation; European Social Fund; European social dialogue
Type of Access: openAccess
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