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European social partners (sectoral)

Trade unions

European industry federations – member organisations of ETUC

Other European trade union organisations(associated to the ETUC)

Other European trade union organisations (not associated to the ETUC but also consulted under article 154 TFEU)

Employer organisations (consulted under article 154 TFEU)

Useful EU online resources

EUROPA.EU - Gateway to the European Union

European Commisson websites

European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

Eurofound is an EU body. It provides information on living and working conditions, industrial relations and managing change in Europe.

Access to legal documents

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Other useful European and international links

  • European Trade Union Institute (ETUI, Brussels)
    The ETUI has been set up to conduct research and provide scientific, educational and technical support to the ETUC and its affiliates and to contribute to the development of Social Europe and social dialogue.
    • Labourline
      Labourline is the on-line catalogue of the ETUI Documentation Centre. Labourline contains bibliographical references to a broad range of subjects related to industrial relations and health and safety issues.
  • Social Development Agency (SDA asbl)
    The SDA is a non-profit organisation working under the umbrella of, and being supported by the ETUC. The EU-Commission funded project INFOPOINT (offering information and assistance on EU budget lines) is now managed by the SDA and is at the centre of its activities.
  • Social-law net (droit social communautaire)
    A portal to European social law. It is run by the Robert Schuman University of Strasbourg in collaboration with researchers from other universities. (language: French)
  • Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC) to the OECD
    TUAC is an interface for labour unions with the OECD. It is an international trade union organisation which has consultative status with the OECD and its various committees.
  • Global Union Research Network (GURN)
    The aim of the research network is to give union organisations better access to research carried out within trade unions and allied institutions.
  • Committee on Workers' Capital (www.workerscapital.org)
    CWC brings together representatives of the international labour movement to share information and develop strategies for joint action in the field of workers' capital, including such areas as pension trustee education, corporate and financial market governance, shareholder activism and economically targeted investment.