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National and European Administration

The president of the EPSU standing Committee for National and European Administration is Jean-Paul Devos.

Nadja Salson is the EPSU policy officer.

Find out who is your EPSU representative for National and European Administration here

What are the main issues for EPSU?

The national and European administration sector – civil and public servants largely located in the government ministries, agencies, and EU institutions– is hugely sensitive. This is a sector subject to many reforms, often driven solely by financial considerations, from decentralisation, through alignment of working conditions and status to the private sector, to privatisation of some core functions and services. Trade union rights are often more restricted than in other sectors.

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Fackförbundet ST executive comes to Brussels for NEA update

(19 March 2009, Brussels) The Swedish Union of Civil Servants; Fackforbundet ST, brought its Executive Committee to Brussels this week for an intensive EU training session. It was the first time that the 80,000 strong union had sent the Executive on an EU study trip. EPSU sent National Administration (NEA) Officer Nadja Salson to give a detailed briefing on the updates in the sector. The EPSU officer explained the Social Dialogue process including the follow-up to statement on stress at (...)

Message de solidarité de la FSESP pour la journée d’actions en France - 19 mars

Aux organisations syndicales françaises affiliées à la FSESP Bruxelles le 18 mars 2009 MESSAGE DE SOLIDARITE DE LA FSESP POUR LA JOURNEE D’ACTIONS DU 19 MARS 2009 EN FRANCE La FSESP, représentant 8 millions d’agents publics et fonctionnaires en Europe, soutient la journée de mobilisation interprofessionnelle et intersyndicale en France le 19 mars 2009 qui donnera lieu à des grèves et des manifestations dans tout le pays. Cette journée d’actions est la prolongation de celle du 29 janvier et (...)

Introduction to National and European Administration and EPSU

National and European Administration The president of the EPSU standing committee for National and European Administration is Charles Cochrane. Nadja Salson is the EPSU policy officer. Find out who is your EPSU representative for National and European Administration here What are the main issues for EPSU? The national and European administration sector – civil and public servants largely located in the government ministries, agencies, and EU institutions– is hugely sensitive. This is a (...)

Prison action day, and social dialogue update top NEA COMMITTEE

Prison action day, and social dialogue update top NEA COMMITTEE agenda, 17 October 2007, Copenhagen Tributes also made to departing NEA chairperson updates 1. Day of Action on 28 February 2008 to protest against prison overcrowding in Europe 10 Countries have accepted to take part in the European Day of Action which was our initial target. The NEA committee meeting reiterated its full support for the Action Day which will consist of a demonstration in Brussels and coordinated (...)

EPSU workshop on defence sector, 17 April, Luxembourg

Course “Working and living conditions in prison services in Europe: collective bargaining issues”

The Education Department of the European Trade Union Institute for Research, Education and Health and Safety (ETUI-REHS Education) will organise a joint course with EPSU Working and living conditions in prison services in Europe: collective bargaining issues which will be held from 10 to 12 December 2006 in Prague, Czech Republic. More info

National Administration social partners make progress on EU level dialogue, 29 May 2006

Standing Committee on National and European Administration

The European Trade Union Delegation and Directors General for public administration agree a joint statement on equality and diversity 9 December 2005

Peter Waldorff speech to the 7th EPSU Congress - NEA report of activities

Dear colleagues, I am pleased to report on the activities of the EPSU Standing Committee for national and European administrations Our two main priorities have been to strengthen social dialogue capacity, with a view to establishing a formal committee, and make the case for the fundamental role national administrations play for social and economic development. Needless to say that establishing a real social dialogue has been, and remains a difficult nut to crack: absence of an employers’ (...)

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