The ETUC launches a series of ‘Peace Watch’ briefing notes.
They share information on the actions of trade unions, their agreements and the social dialogue outcomes aimed at solidarity actions for Ukraine; the rights, treatment and inclusion in Europe of people fleeing the conflict; and dealing with the impacts in the EU of the war and the sanctions on working people.
These Briefing Notes are produced by the ETUC with the support of ETUC affiliated organisations. While every effort has been made to make them accurate at the date of publication, new agreements and measures are being announced daily. The current briefings will be updated periodically, and new ones produced on other topics.
· Social Dialogue
· Boycotts and industrial actions towards Russian economic activities in Europe, demonstrations and media campaigns or political lobbying to strengthen the sanctions
· International and European human rights law as a tool to defend peace and democracy
· Measures to support employment as a consequence of sanctions imposed to the Russian Federation
· Implementation of the Temporary Protection Directive
Other initiatives and useful information