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Title What is the problem with the European Pillar of Social Rights? : Trade unions in the consultation process of the European pillar of social rights.
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Discipline/Department Government
University/Publisher Uppsala University
Subjects/Keywords trade unions; EU; european pillar of social rights; carol bacchi; ETUC; CGIL; LO; DGB; CFDT; Political Science (excluding Public Administration Studies and Globalisation Studies); Statsvetenskap (exklusive studier av offentlig förvaltning och globaliseringsstudier); Political Science; Statsvetenskap
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Country of Publication se
Record ID oai:DiVA.org:uu-355991
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Date Indexed 2020-01-03

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…continental unions, CFDT and DGB are included as well as one Mediterranean, the Italian CGIL and, one Nordic, the Swedish LO. These may show if the unions have changed over time, if the unions that belong to the same typology view the social problem of the EU…

…in a similar way or whether similarities can be seen across the typologies, if, say, the CGIL and LO have similar perspectives. 4. Trade unions in Germany, Sweden, Italy and France. In the following section, the key characteristics of the trade…

…Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro (CGIL), with ties to Moscow, opened an office in Brussels as early as the 1960s. The competing trade union Confederazione Italiana Sindacati Lavoratori (CISL) responded with an even more proEU stance…

…The Italian unions have had significant cooperation at the EU-level ever since.37 In the 1970s, the unions even discussed possible mergers. CISL was one of the promoters of CGIL membership in the ETUC, which by then was criticised for their connections…

…to the international communist trade union confederation. The cooperation at EU level was in that sense much more developed than other countries with similar differences. The CGIL, which is the biggest union, gives the CISL and UIL more influence…

…because of their members, and CISL and UIL give CGIL credibility as they make them seem more independent from their communist background. It should be noted that the unions today do not have strong political connections. The unions can be described as both…

…coverage Collective Industrial and National, bargain company Industrial Industry and National and company and industrial company Political Social Social affiliation democratic democratic (LO) None (CGIL) None (CFDT…

…studies. The unions that have used the questionnaire have all been given a code. LO has the code 542c20ee-96c0-4b1b-b4ec-aad0abd19235; the Italian CGIL has f5736b0f-78d0-4fb8-848fd9a72067bf1c and the French union CFDT have 5ed975b6-e7a9-40f3-8efa…

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