Saturday 12 March saw a hugely successful UNI Europa Women’s Conference in Rome: hundreds of UNI affiliates from 81 unions and 28 countries across the continent gathered to debate issues such as the gender pay gap, gender discrimination, violence against women, and women in sport.
MUBE is participating in the 4th Transnational Partners’ meeting relating to an Erasmus+ funded project ILPO55 – Intergenerational Learning Partnership Over 55 being held in Barcelona. The current topic under discussion focuses on Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices that support active ageing policies with
MUBE will be participating in the next Sectorial Social Dialogue Bank Committee Working Group Meeting will take place in June in Brussels. Further details will be provided in due course.
The Annual General Meeting of the Malta Union of Bank Employees will be held in May. Further details will be announced in due course.
MUBE will be participating in the Dissemination Conference of the project “The demographic challenge revisited: Innovative measures in the European insurance sector. Following up and updating successful social partner initiatives with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe”. (VS/2015/0029)
MUBE will be participating in the next Insurance Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee which will take place in April in Brussels.
MUBE will be participating in The National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE) Conference – Human Rights and Equality in Practice – to be held on Thursday 3rd March, to celebrate International Women’s Day. The Roadmap of the European Commission – New Start to
MUBE will be participating in the 4th partners meeting which will be held in March. The partners will discuss the status of the project, current works on the various outputs , development of the project website and the interim evaluation report. A presentation by an
Childcare for all: making early childhood education and care more accessible and inclusive – Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion – European Commission
Access to early childhood education and childcare (ECEC) is important for promoting equal opportunities of children as well as for facilitating work-family balance of parents and especially labour market participation of mothers of small children. EU countries vary a great deal in terms of how
2015 was a special year for development. It was the first ever European Year to deal with the European Union’s external action and Europe’s role in the world. For development organisations all over Europe it was an unparalleled opportunity to showcase Europe’s commitment to eradicating