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“Threat Multiplier” and Innovation Engine –  EUROMIL reacts to the challenges posed by climate change

“Threat Multiplier” and Innovation Engine – EUROMIL reacts to the challenges posed by climate change


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Defending Essential Workers’ Trade Union Rights: Report Submitted to Council of Europe

On Friday, 1 July the European Federation of Public Service Unions (EPSU), the European Confederation of Police (EuroCOP) and the European Organisation of Military Associations and Trade Unions (EUROMIL) submitted a report on violations of trade union rights to the Council of Europe’s European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR). Together …

EUROMIL welcomes NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept

NATO’s new Strategic Concept reaffirms NATO’s values and purpose, and provides an overview of how the Alliance will deal with today’s turbulent geopolitical environment. The Russian Federation, after its unjustified aggression against Ukraine, poses the biggest and more direct threat to the Euro-Atlantic area, while China, terrorism, non-proliferation, climate change …

Priorities of the Czech Presidency of the EU Council

On 1st July the Czech Republic takes over the Presidency of the EU Council. The six-month Czech Presidency follows France, and will be followed by Sweden from 1 January till 30 June 2023. Those three states together form the presidency trio and have created a joint programme of their presidencies. …

Safety & Health – The Implementation of the Working Time Directive in the Armed Forces

On Wednesday 25 May 2022, EUROMIL held a day long conference on safety and health in the armed forces and the implementation of the Working Time Directive (WTD). Speakers at the event included Stefaan van der Jeught from the European Court of Justice; Aïda Moumni, a military rights lawyer based …

Last Regional Meeting in Project on TU Rights for Public Service Workers Takes Place

On 10 and 11 May 2022, EUROMIL, EPSU and EuroCOP held the fifth and final regional meeting as part of the project on strengthening and protecting trade union rights in the public sector. The fifth regional meeting followed a similar structure as the previous meetings, however focused its attention on …

by the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic

The President of EUROMIL meets the Minister of Defence of the Slovak Republic and Opening Speech at the 125th General Assembly

EUROMIL held its 125th General Assembly meeting on 29 April in Trenčín (Slovakia). The President of EUROMIL, Mr Emmanuel Jacob, had the opportunity to meet with the Minister of Defence of Slovakia, Jaroslav Naď, to discuss about military personnel’s rights. The Minister highlighted that service personnel represents a high priority …


 

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EUROMIL podcast series on the Strategic Compass

EUROMIL welcomes the adoption of the Strategic Compass and the further development of the defence sector under European Union framework. The podcast series aim to shed light on important questions that the document has created.Read more…

Strengthening and Defending TU Rights in the Public Sector: EPSU, EuroCOP, EUROMIL Project

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. Read more…

Collective Bargaining & the Armed Forces

Collective bargaining is an important and necessary tool in furthering the rights of workers as it allows for the interests of individuals to be represented as a whole, at a high level with formal procedures in place. Unfortunately, collective bargaining is not always available for workers in the public sector, in particular for members of the armed forces, as they are often prevented from doing so by legislators. Read more…

Armed Forces & COVID-19

Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic created new challenges, including for the armed forces. Since the beginning of this unprecedent health crisis, EUROMIL has been closely monitoring the role of European armed forces in fighting the virus and the overall support they provided to civilian authorities and the population. Read more…

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