The Compostella Group invites you to the high-level round table on work, to be held at the European Economic and Social Committee on 8 December 2011, thirty years on from the publication of the social encyclical letter Laborem exercens.
Conference on Laborem Exercens@ European Parliament
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the social encyclical letter Laborem Exercens, the EPP Group, the S&D Group and COMECE invite to a Conference on LABOREM EXERCENS The central place of Human Work for the European Social Market Economy.
FAFCE Conference on the contribution of “invisible work” to the creation of wealth
In the framework of the European Year of Volunteering and with regard to the recommendations of the Stiglitz report, the findings of the recent OECD report Cooking, Caring and Volunteering: Unpaid Work Around the World, and the EESC Opinions SOC/243, SOC/366 et SOC/399, the FAFCE organises a conference under the sponsorship of Group III of the European Economic and Social Committee on the contribution of « invisible work » to the creation of wealth – an added value to the social cohesion.
We support the action „1000 tables“:On Sunday, 3 July will be in many places in Düsseldorf – in neighborhoods, on streets, in churches, on the Rhine, in parks, in clubhouses, sport facilities, …. people meet them with each other at more than 1.000 tables to celebrate the Sunday off. www.tausendsonntagstische.de
BELGIUM/ 20 June 2011
Sunday Protection Expert Conference
Sunday Protection Expert Conference on Monday 20th June 2011, 11:00-18:00 at the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels.
Content requirements of the Judgement of the Constitutional Court for the content of legal provisions, administrative enforcement, the official administrative punishment and the judicial defense of rights violations in the area of Sunday and holiday protection. Link to the Judgement
Labour court decides: A dismissal is not permitted if an employee denies working on Sunday. A painter refused to do overtime work on Sunday for personal reasons. During the legal procedure, the employer could not prove the urgent operational necessity for work on Sunday. Link to the case