Sindicatele și organizațiile patronale din șase țări implementează un proiect finanțat de Uniunea Europeană. Partenerii sociali din Republica Cehă, Estonia, Spania, Lituania, Polonia și România cooperează pentru a spori rolul participării angajaților în managementul întreprinderilor în procesul de implementare a Pactului ecologic european în condițiile izbucnirii pandemiei de Covid-19 în Europa. Proiectul ține cont de apariția pandemiei de Covid-19 în Europa, care a scos în evidență nevoia țărilor de a-și crește rezistența la criză. 

Un articol în care se argumentează cercetarea efectuată în cadrul proiectului, se menţionează rezultatele și se fac recomandări pentru o viitoare publicare în presa națională.

pregătit de: Katarzyna Pietrzak, expert proiect.


EUReKA– A Key Access to EU Rights

The National Trade-Union Confederation “Cartel ALFA”, in partnership with the cu European Institute of Romania (IER) and Novapolis Association – Center of Analysis and Initiatives for Development  implement in Romania, during 15.07.2019-14.07.2021 the project “EUReKA – A key access to EU Rights”, co-financed by the European Union under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship European Programme – REC, contract no. 826666. The project consortium includes, besides the Lead Beneficiary IDOS (IT), 10 partners from 6 European countries: Romania, Germany, Italy, Portugal, France and Croatia, relevant public and private actors with multidisciplinary experience in the practical and technical aspects of mobility, inclusion policies and other complementary areas to intra-EU mobility.

The main objective of this project is to facilitate the exercise of the rights of freedom of movement, inclusion and participation of European citizens in the host Member States, through the exchange of skills and competences, at local, national and transnational level and increasing the level of access to and use of digital information.

Specifically, the project aims to:

  •  identify, share and disseminate best practices in six EU Member States, thus providing knowledge based on experience on this topic;
  • develop and test an innovative web portal (one-stop shop) and a tool (application APP) capable of providing easy online acces to practical information, assistance and geolocated services at local/regional level in four Member States;
  • promote the use of technological tools provided by the project among EU mobile citizens and raise awareness of their rights, thus empowering them through information and advice;
  • ensure the relationship/cooperation between the public/private stakeholders and their continuos involvement in the project activities;
  • increase the visibility and dissemination of results, thus supporting the transfer of project results to other EU Member States and their sustainability.

Target Groups:
a) EU citizens, including non- EU family members:
- who intend to move in another Member State;
- who have arrived or have recently settled in another Member State;
- who intend to go back in the country of origin Member State;
b) reprezentatives of national, regional and local public authorities;
c) operators of NGOs, members of civil society organisations and officials;
d) mass-media professionals who can facilitate dissemination within the European Union and can act as multipliers.




Handbook of best practices

Country report on free movement rights and EU mobile citizens’ inclusion - Romania 

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„Future of workplace relations: Opportunities and challenges for trade unions in Europe” - VS/2016/0407 

1.01.2017 - 31.03.2019

Short description: Trade union membership is crucial indicator of industrial relations systems. In general, they are strictly linked to the viability and effectiveness of collective bargaining, social dialogue and participatory collective labour relations. The project seeks to improve the expertise in the field of industrial relations, and will be focused mainly on the diagnosis and analysis concerning the decline in unionization in Europe. Thanks to cooperation between one of the players of industrial relations – trade unions, and researchers, we will conduct the research concerning the reasons of joining/not joining to trade unions, the opinion about effectiveness of trade unions, and new methods of encouraging people, especially youth to join trade unions. The project results will be disseminated across whole Europe.   

The main objective of the project is to identify the reasons of declining in unionization in Europe; perception of workers on trade union actions or the union “image”, to identify trends in organizing the workers in the unorganized sectors in Europe and to  elaborate best strategies and measures how to fight with this phenomenon.   

SPANISH VERSION OF PUBLICATION: Future of workplace_ES_calosc.pdf

LITHUANIAN VERSION OF PUBLICATION: Future of workplace_LT_calosc.pdf


ROMANIAN VERSION OF PUBLICATION: Future of workplace_RO_calosc.pdf

SERBIAN VERSION OF PUBLICATION: Future of workplace_RS_calosc.pdf


 „BeOLD- Better Work in Old Age- Supporting Older Workers and Organizational Environment in Coping with Age Transitions and Work Requirement” - ERASMUS+


  • BeOLD aims to improve older workers’ social inclusion by using innovative training tools. The main goal of the project is to increase professional and personal development opportunities in order to better adaptat in the work place.

    The project also wants to raise awareness on age management, age discrimination and ageism at work and how to create age-friendly working environments and conditions.

    More specifically, the project’s objectives are:
    – to propose an integrated approach for enhancing older persons participation at workplace
    – to promote social inclusion of older persons through their better integration at workplace, their empowerment through counseling and education
    – to combat ageism at workplace
    – to foster intergenerational learning and mentorate activities in companies
    – to develop educators competences in this area
    – to propose a model of policy for supporting older workers

    Target groups:
    – older workers (55+ years old) from private companies
    – HR managers/managers/coordinators of private companies from different sectors and stakeholders

    For more information, visit the project's website: