To completely change the business model of the buildings, transforming itself into driver of a sustainable growth instead of the role of soil devouring, it is not an enlightened choice of the individual company or the individual country but something that the old continent and the entire planet need. For this reason, the green economy is the great challenge of the third millennium, a challenge that the European countries and all social actors must be able to face.
The FDV, Fondazione Giuseppe Di Vittorio, together with CGIL, the Italian General Confederation of Labour, in collaboration with Filcams Cgil (commerce, tourism and services branch union), has developed a study on some of the main bargaining experiences on LGBTQI rights at the workplace in Italy.
In the framework of the BROAD project’s activities, a one-day national workshop will be held in each of the five countries (Belgium, Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain) in June 2016 with the participation of employers and workers representatives, public institutions, universities, environmental associations and civil society. The Italian meeting, which has been organised by Fillea and FDV, will take place at CGIL headquarters on Thursday 23 June.
9 February - 10 February 2016, Hotel Thon Brussels City Centre, Avenue du Boulevard 17 Bruxelles, BRU 1210 Belgium
The Italian workers’ model of struggle for health and safety in the 1970s and 1980s, its influence across Europe and its meaning for OSH trade union strategy today
J. Dessein, E. Battaglini, L. Horlings, eds (2015) Cultural Sustainability and Regional Development. Theories and practices of territorialisation, Routledge Studies in Culture and Sustainable Development, London, Routledge.
Main aim of this book is to discuss the role played by culture in regional endogenous development and sustainability.