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UNI Europa

Organisation Type
Business sector
Mission Statement
As the European trade union federation for 7 million service workers, UNI Europa speaks for the sectors that constitute the backbone of economic and social life in Europe. Headquartered in the heart of Brussels, UNI Europa represents 272 national trade unions in 50 countries, including: Commerce, Banking Insurance and Central Banks, Gaming, Graphical and Packaging, Hair and Beauty, Information and Communication Technology Services, Media, Entertainment and Arts, Postal Services and Logistics, Private Care and Social Insurance, Industrial Cleaning and Private Security, Professional Sport and Leisure, Professionals/Managers and Temporary Agency Workers. UNI Europa represents the largest region in UNI Global Union.
UNI Europa is organised by sector and regions. Each sector and region is directly represented on the Executive Committee. UNI Europa’s Regional Conference takes place every four years.
Our campaign pledge
We will provide information and web articles to our affiliated organisations in order to present the evolution, state of play and results of the campaign.
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Regional Secretary
“Workplaces in which working people have a genuine say are vital to ensuring safe and healthy conditions for all. The Covid-19 crisis has shown just how essential a participatory approach is to keeping ahead of ever-evolving situation. It has shown that the more responses have been determined by the lived realities of working people, the more jobs and businesses and economies have been resilient. This holds true in other times too and collective bargaining must be at the centre of this effort. UNI Europa, the European services workers union, is committed to working with employers and governments towards ensuring people’s health and safety.”
Main contact
Amel Selma DJEMAIL
UNI Europa Equal Opportunities Director/ Health and Safety Cross-Sectoral Officer
+32 2 495 99 18 52

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