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Economic and Social Policy, Trade Union Cooperation

We are committed to an economic and social policy that aims at justice, sustainability and participation. In addition to contributing to a fair, democratic and sustainable development of economic and social policy in Hungary and Europe, we support the strengthening of trade unions and works councils so that they can fulfil their important role as social partners.

Our main partners in this work area are all trade union structures, employee representatives, advisory bodies and non-governmental organizations. The involvement of these partners in European-wide discourse is just as important to us as the highlighting of social relations in the area of economic and social policy and the promotion of working relationships. We therefore pay particular attention to the participation of disadvantaged groups in the world of labour.

Events

Thursday, 21.06.18 - FES | Economic and Social Policy, Trade Union Cooperation | Events

Expert discussion on the current state of trade unions

The Hungarian trade union landscape is severely fragmented with more than 1,000 registered unions. The fall of membership levels over the past years...


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Thursday, 31.05.18 - MASZSZ | Economic and Social Policy, Trade Union Cooperation | Events

Presentation of the 2017 Hungarian minimum subsistence figures

Since 2015, when the Central Statistical Office (KSH) decided to stop the collection and disclosure of minimum subsistence data, the...


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Publications

Meszmann, T. Tibor; Fedyuk, Oléna

Temporary agency work as a form and channel of labour migration in Hungary

Budapest, 2018

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Félelmek a munka világában

Közösség ereje segít, ha nem félsz segítséget kérni
Budapest, 2018

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Contact Persons

Edit Németh

Policy Officer
Cooperation with Trade Unions, Economic and Social Policy

+36-1-461-60-15
+36-1-461-60-18

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