• ePaper
  • Progressive Narratives. The Future of Labour Law as Envisaged by Europe's National Labour Movements

  • By Andrea Allamprese | 28 Oct 20 | Posted under: European Union , Labour
  • Andrea Allamprese, Professor of Labour Law at the University of Modena, on reforms necessary to challenge – or even reverse – the trend towards labour precarisation in various European countries, edited by Tatiana Moutinho (transform! europe), with an introductory note by Danai Koltsida, Vice President of transform! europe.

    Please find the ePaper on the right (PDF).

     

    Table of contents

    I. INTRODUCTION

    1. Common problems, common solutions. Three alternative narratives to uberisation
    2. Strategy issues

    II. PROPOSALS FOR CHARTERS OF LABOUR RIGHTS IN EUROPE

    1. Context
    2. France: a “Labour Code” proposed by GR-PACT (Groupe de Recherche Pour un Autre Code du Travail)
    3. United Kingdom: the “Manifesto for Labour Law”
    4. Italy: the “Charter of Universal Labour Rights” bill
    5. Spain: the CCOO proposal “for a more democratic model of labour relations” and the proposal for a new Estatuto de los Trabajadores for the 21st century

    III. CONCLUSIONS
    IV. BIBLIOGRAPHY