The second thematic Conference within the Step UP project

  • 14 June, 2021
  • 11:00 to 15:00
  • Webex online

Event description

SNSPA (The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration), through the Department of International Relations and European Integration and the Center for European Studies on Human Migration, organizes the second thematic conference within the STEP UP project – “Stepping up the European cooperation and communication among Public & Private organizations for the PROTECTION of posted worker’s rights ”, VS / 2019/0383.

The event will take place on June 16, 2021, online via Webex, between 11:00 and 14:00 and will bring together representatives of universities and research institutes concerned with the issue of posted workers, trade unions and labor inspectorates in Romania, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Lithuania.

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Conference Agenda 
Wrap up/Conclusions:

The Second Intermediate Meeting on the STEP UP project took place on the 16th of June.
Organised by the Romanian Partner, based in Bucharest, the conference was held online, due to the international pandemic context and gathered information concerning the past year.

Members of the academic environment, researchers of the STEP UP project, as well as agents of trade unions, and labour inspectorates from partner countries joined the discussions on posted workers, sharing their practical experience, research results, and learned lessons.
Thus, representatives from Romania, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Lithuania saluted the initiative and joined the online conference, analysing further the posted workers mechanical sector and the transposition of directives 96/71/EC and 2014/67/EU in the above-mentioned countries.

The second intermediate meeting was not only a report-based session, but also a useful and beneficial opportunity to draw attention on the debate regarding the future envisioned developments of the European legislation on transnational posting. While the first part of the event was more focused on institutional interventions and discussions on data collection and activities of the research project team, the second part provided an interesting and constructive discussion between trade unions, academic and inspectorate representatives regarding their take on the future of the European legislation on transnational posting.

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