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2 nd meeting Work-life-balance Group

Monday 1st June at the EU Parliament

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The European Sunday Alliance hosted its 2nd meeting of the Interest Group “Work-Life-Balance”. The German and the Austrian Sunday Alliances, both members of the European Sunday Alliance, under the kind patronage of the Members of the European Parliament Ms. Evelyn Regner and Mr. Thomas Mann, invited Prof. Dr. Hartmut Rosa to give his insights and reflections on the process of acceleration on modern society and its consequences for the work-life-balance in our societies. Around 40 people, members of the European Parliament and representatives of civil society organizations, gathered to discuss the importance of “oases of deceleration”. Read more

 

First European Interest Group WORK-LIFE BALANCE launched!

3 March 2015

unknown3rd March 2015 – On the very day when the European Day for a Work Free Sunday is celebrated across Europe, at the EU Parliament, and in the presence of MEPs from different political groups, the European Sunday Alliance launched the first European Interest Group on WORK-LIFE BALANCE. For the first time, the interest group  - supported by representatives of politicians, trade unions, business executives, family and sports organisations and representatives of churches and religious communities - brought together 50 people to discuss how to ensure that EU legislation respects and promotes workers' health and promotes a better balance between family and private life and work. Read more

The Alliance participated in the public consultation on the review on the Working Time Directive

March 2015

unknownThe European Commission is currently reviewing the Working Time Directive (2003/88/EC) and launched an online public consultation of the Directive. The European Sunday Alliance participated in the public consultation as follows. Read more

 

European Day for a Work free Sunday

3 March 2015

 

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March 2015, as the EUROPEAN DAY FOR A WORK-­FREE SUNDAY! This year’s CALL FOR ACTION will focus on the European Commission’s current review of the Working Time Directive (2003/88/EC) and the online public consultation of the Directive. Read call for action

 

Conference on Work free Sundays

30 October 2014 in Vienna

Download the invitation in pdf

 

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Welcome to our new Belgian member !

April 2014

unknownAlgemeen Belgisch Vakverbond - Fédération Générale du Travail de Belgique (ABVV-FGTB) is a socialist trade union with a social democratic philosophy and ideology. Its basic principles are: equality, justice, democracy and solidarity.

 

It has more than 1,5 million affiliates and is one of the 3 officially as representative recognized trade union confederations in Belgium.

 

It’s one of the founding members of the European Trade Unions Confederation (ETUC), as well as the International trade Unions Confederation (ITUC). On the international level, ABVV-FGTB is involved in a growing number of campaigns with other social movements (e.g. Climate Coalition).

 

We welcome CARE for Europe in the European Sunday Alliance!

February 2014

unknownCARE for Europe is an NGO based in Brussels. As the representation of CARE (Christian Action Research and Education) to the European institutions, it monitors European policies in areas such as bio-ethics, family life, gambling, human trafficking, religious freedom and human rights. The European Sunday Alliance is happy that CARE for Europe has decided to join the Alliance and cordially welcomes it “on board”!

Website: http://www.careforeurope.eu/

 

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