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New supporter!

The European Sunday Alliance welcomes

unknownThe European Sunday Alliance welcomes its newest supporter the European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI). The European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CESI) is a confederation of 38 trade union organisations from 21 European countries and 4 European trade union organisations, with a total of more than 5 million individual members. 2 further trade union organisations enjoy observer status. Founded in 1990, CESI advocates improved employment conditions for workers in Europe and a strong social dimension in the EU.

European Day for a Work-Free Sunday: Call for Action!

3 March 2017

ESA Press Release 02/03/2017

 

Sunday’s special and an essential pillar of the European social model. However, the latest European Working Condition Survey indicates that more and more EU citizens have to work on this day. The European Sunday Alliance therefore launched today, on the European day of work-free Sunday, a call to action to show the need for a common EU-wide regulation.

European Sunday Alliance

Video from Work-Life Balance 4.0 – Challenges in a time of digitalisation

unknownWe have prepared a brief video with all the highlights from our recent conference and interviews with participants on the challenges of life in a time of digitalisation. Please click here or the image to the left to watch the video (in German).

Don't sell Sunday

A new short film from the German Sunday Alliance

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Please click here to watch and share a short video on the real value of Sunday from the German Sunday Alliance.

Event Report: Third European Sunday Alliance Conference

Work-Life Balance 4.0 – Challenges in a time of digitalisation

Digitalisation is changing our society in many ways.  How it impacts our relationship between work and personal time was at the centre of discussion of the third European Sunday Alliance conference on 15 November 2016. Under the heading “Work-life balance 4.0 – Challenges in a time of digitalisation”, more than 100 participants examined the risks, but also opportunities of the digital shift and expressed the need for proper labour regulation at EU level. For a full report from this important event, please click here (PDF).

ESA Resolution Signatories

Anytime, anywhere – resolution for a better work-life-balance and synchronized free time in the age of digitalization

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At its conference on 15 November, "Work-Life-Balance 4.0 - Challenges in a time of digitalisation", the European Sunday Alliance opened a resolution for better work-life balance and the synchronization of free time in the digital age.

 

The resolution calls for action at the European level, promotes sustainable and decent working hours including the right to be unavailable, supports an EU digital market that balances flexibility and security, and finally calls for synchronized free time and a common day of rest so that all in Europe may enjoy sports, cultural and family life, spiritual well-being and volunteer work.

 

Below is a list of signatories from the European Institutions, churches in Europe, trade unions, partner organisations, and national Sunday alliances.

 

Peter Novoveský, Allianz für Sonntag

Anton Culen, Allianz für Sonntag

Wilfried Wienen, KAB Deutschland

Maureen Hick, Uni Europa

Kummari Krishnakar, Mijark

Andy Predicala, International Young Christian Workers

Nancy Pauwels, ace csc Lbc-nvk

Otto Meier, EBCA

Denieze Edmond-Decoste,

Association pour le Développement durable en Haïti

Miroslav Mikolášik, MEP, EPP

Antoine Mellado, World Youth Alliance

Pierre-Valentin Costa, F.E.M.I.N.

Matthias Rabbe, KAB Deutschland

Marijana Petir, MEP, EPP

H. E. Bruno Feillet, Auxilliary Bishop of Reims (France)

Heikki Huttunen, General Secretary, CEC

Bruno Machiels, EZA

Francesco Corti, MEP Trainee

Angel Gudiña, Don Bosco International

Thomas Mann, MEP, EPP

Christina D'Ambrosio, Uiltucs Italy

Frank-Dieter Fischbach, Conference of European Churches

Gérard Muller, ECBA MTCE

Evelyn Regner, MEP, S&D

Nicola Speranza, FAFCE

Miia Järvi, Service Union United PAM

Doris Klingenhagen, EKD

San Onder, Tez-Koop IS (Turkey)

Haydar Ozdem-Roglu, Tez-Koop IS (Turkey)

Hakan Bozkurt, Tez-Koop IS (Turkey)

Peter Rüdig, SME-Europe

Gabriela Sierck, Dt. Bundestag

Olalla Michelena, Make Mothers Matter

Delphine Latawiec, CSC

Luca Jahier EESC, President Group III

Hannes Kreller, KAB Deutschland

Gabriele Kienesberger, Austrian Sunday Alliance

Dario Campeotto, FIST-CISC

Andreas Luttmer-Bensmann, KAB Deutschland

Right Reverend Dr Robert Innes,

Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the EU

 

 

Press Release

Work-Life-Balance 4.0 – Challenges in a time of digitalisation

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Per la versione italiana del messaggio, si prega di cliccare qui.

 

Para la versión en español del mensaje, por favor haga clic aquí.

 

2016/11/15 On 15th November 2016 the European Sunday Alliance organized its third European conference this time on “Work-Life-Balance 4.0 – Challenges in a time of digitalisation” at the European Economic and Social Committee. During the day over 100 participants discussed how digitalisation will impact all aspects of our lives and how a healthy work-life-balance can be secured.

 

On this occasion the European Sunday Alliance also launched a Resolution for a better work-life-balance and synchronized free time in the age of digitalisation. The Resolution is aimed at activating civil society and politicians to use the opportunities for a better work-life-balance and to limit the risks created by digitalisation for the benefit of all European citizens. The Resolution is still open for signature.

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GERMANY: No Sunday shopping at Munich jubilee celebrations

18 May 2016

A judgement by the Bavarian Administrative Court declared that shops in the central area of Munich may not open on Sunday during the festival celebrating the foundation of the city.

 

 

FRANCE: French win 'right to disconnect' from out-of-hours work emails

9 January 2017

In France, employees will be guaranteed a right to disconnect and freedom from checking emails outside normal working hours.

 

 

GERMANY: Münster residents vote down Sunday shopping

8 November 2016

In Münster, Westphalia, Germany, 300 000 residents voted against further opening of shops on specific Sundays of the year.

 

 

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