What did the EU ever do for workers?
7.30-8.45pm, Monday 22 September 2014
Lancashire Room, Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN
Gareth Thomas MP Shadow minister for Europe
Natascha Engel MP Chair, backbench business committee
Jutta Steinruck MEP Committee on employment and social affairs, European parliament
Nita Clarke Director, IPA Involve
Chair: John Park Assistant general secretary, Community
This event was in partnership with IPA and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung London
The event looked at the role of the EU in protecting rights at work. The event also explored how the rights workers enjoy might change if the relationship with Europe were to change, what role the EU has in ensuring there is no race to the bottom and what collective rights might be won going forward?
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