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Tunisia: Progress achieved and prospects for the social dimension

30-11-2017

In 2011, following the outbreak of protests – known as the Jasmine Revolution – which toppled President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's regime, Tunisia embarked on a path to democratic transition and socio-economic transformation, emulating the reforms and governance practices of established liberal democracies. Nearly eight years on, the country has made significant progress, including in the social sphere, and has emerged as a regional leader in institutional reform. However, to avoid jeopardising the ...

In 2011, following the outbreak of protests – known as the Jasmine Revolution – which toppled President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's regime, Tunisia embarked on a path to democratic transition and socio-economic transformation, emulating the reforms and governance practices of established liberal democracies. Nearly eight years on, the country has made significant progress, including in the social sphere, and has emerged as a regional leader in institutional reform. However, to avoid jeopardising the stability and progress achieved, further reforms are needed.

Single European Sky

31-03-2015

Building on the achievements of the internal market and the need to cope with growth in air transport and congestion, the European Commission launched the Single European Sky (SES) initiative in 1999. Its core objective is to reform the architecture of air traffic control in the EU in order to meet future capacity and safety needs, through improving the overall performance of air traffic management and air navigation services. Two SES packages have been adopted: SES I, which set the principal legal ...

Building on the achievements of the internal market and the need to cope with growth in air transport and congestion, the European Commission launched the Single European Sky (SES) initiative in 1999. Its core objective is to reform the architecture of air traffic control in the EU in order to meet future capacity and safety needs, through improving the overall performance of air traffic management and air navigation services. Two SES packages have been adopted: SES I, which set the principal legal framework, and SES II, which aimed at tackling substantial air traffic growth, increasing safety, reducing costs and delays and the impact of air traffic on the environment. Nonetheless, European airspace remains heavily fragmented and SES is experiencing significant delays, in particular in terms of achievement of its performance goals and deployment of its basic elements such as 'functional airspace blocks'. In order to speed up its implementation, the Commission undertook a review of the SES legal framework, and in June 2013 presented an SES2+ package. While airline associations welcomed the initiative, trade unions have been much more critical on certain provisions. The European Parliament, which has underlined the need to push ahead with SES implementation, adopted its first reading position on the SES2+ package in March 2014. In December 2014, the outcome of the Transport Council somewhat reduced the ambitions of the Commission's initial objectives. However, progress on SES2+ remains blocked over the disputed question of its application to Gibraltar airport. The adoption of the package still requires the approval of both the Council and the European Parliament.

EU jurisdiction rules applicable to employment

03-10-2013

EU jurisdiction rules applicable to civil and commercial cases have recently been recast. However, the EP's Committee on Legal Affairs suggests that further changes could be made in order to enhance employee protection.

EU jurisdiction rules applicable to civil and commercial cases have recently been recast. However, the EP's Committee on Legal Affairs suggests that further changes could be made in order to enhance employee protection.

Microcredit networks and existing national legislations with a view to the implementation of the microfinance instrument

24-11-2010

The report describes the microfinance sector in the European Union and the different forms it takes depending on the Member States and their particular banking and financial sectors, as well as the needs that it covers. It takes into account the regulatory framework and analysis and assesses the situation and trends in microfinance in the EU, in accordance with the institutions and intermediaries at work.

The report describes the microfinance sector in the European Union and the different forms it takes depending on the Member States and their particular banking and financial sectors, as well as the needs that it covers. It takes into account the regulatory framework and analysis and assesses the situation and trends in microfinance in the EU, in accordance with the institutions and intermediaries at work.

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Christophe Guene, in cooperation with Toby Johnson Study coordinator: Ricardo Rodríguez Contreras (LABOUR ASOCIADOS)

Collective agreements and collective bargaining: analyses of the impact of the European Court of Justice rulings on Laval & Viking

05-02-2008

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Professor Jonas Malmberg Faculty of Law Uppsala University

Strikes and Secondary Industrial Action In the EU Member States

16-09-1996

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