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Sectors: Economy - Finances, Employment, Industry, Information, Public Management, Research, SME Policy

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Schools, Training centres, Universities

Regions: Candidate countries, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Responsible: European Commission

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This call for proposals aims to to cover actions to support industrial relations measures, in particular those designed to develop expertise and the exchange of EU-relevant information, as well as actions to improve knowledge on industrial relations institutions and practices across the EU and dissemination of results.

Priorities and funded actions:

Objective
– To adaptat industrial relations systems to changes in employment and work and related challenges

Priority
– Taking into consideration key findings of the previous Industrial Relations in Europe reports and/or providing potential contributions to future editions of the report

Among financed actions
– Initiatives contributing to the preparation and use of the European Commission’s Industrial Relations in Europe reports
– Activities to further deepen the analysis on topics/key findings that were examined in the previous editions of the Industrial Relations in Europe report
– Research activities including preparatory studies, surveys and other forms of data collection, monitoring exercises and studies
– Measures to identify and exchange information in the area of industrial relations, including through the activities of networks between industrial relations parties and/or experts
– Initiatives to promote knowledge on effective industrial relations practices, at both national and European level, including successful forms of worker participation, particularly in regard to the anticipation, preparation and management of change
– Actions to disseminate such findings in publications, round tables, seminars, conferences, training measures and training tools