EPSU, EuroCOP and EUROMIL are coordinating a joint project on ‘Strengthening and Defending Trade Union Rights in the Public Sector.’ The project intends to assess current legislative frameworks across the EU regarding trade union rights for public sector workers, including the military and police forces. The project is kindly supported by funding from the European Commission.

Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive (please log in to view)

  • The project will look at the implementation of the Directive across the EU and the impact of the exclusionary clause of certain workers in the public sector

Regional Meetings:

Regional Meeting 1: The first regional meeting took place online between Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, France and focused on the implementation of the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive within these countries.
Date: 14 – 15 September 2021
Meeting Report: EUROMIL Report; EPSU Report and Speaker Presentations

Regional Meeting 2: The second regional meeting in the series took place online on 16 and 17 November 2021. It focused on the context in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Interpretation was available in Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian and Russian.
Date: 16 – 17 November 2021
Meeting Report: EUROMIL Report

Regional Meeting 3: Online with focus on Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, as well as touch upon Norway, Iceland, Armenia, Ukraine and Georgia. Interpretation will be available in English, Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Polish and Russian.
Date: 25 – 26 January 2022

Regional Meeting 4: Online with focus on Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Turkey as well as Bosnia and Kosovo. Interpretation will be available in EN, BHSM, TK, SL, MK.
Date: 8 – 9 March 2022

Regional Meeting 5: Location TBC with focus on Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria as well as the UK and Switzerland. Interpretation will be available in EN, DE, FR, NL.
Date: 10 – 11 May 2022