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Military Trade Unions – A Necessary Reform

June 18 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

| Category : EUROMIL events

The Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) and EUROMIL will convey a meeting on military trade unionism on 18 June 2019 at 10h at the national seat of the CGIL in Rome.

While Italy is in the process of reforming its system of military representation and finally granting military personnel the right to freedom of association, the event will aim at sharing experience and best practices regarding military trade unionism and social dialogue in the armed forces, as well as discussing how Italy should go forward in creating the conditions for military personnel to fully enjoy their right to freedom of association, both in legislation and in practice, and be finally able to organise and speak for themselves. Views will be presented on the bills currently discussed at the Parliament.

For further information or registration, please contact the EUROMIL Office at

Organiser : EUROMIL & CGIL


CGIL Nazionale
Corso d'Italia, 25, Rome, 00198 Italy
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