The multi-election year of 2017 highlighted the new challenges that the resurgent Right poses the EU. In 2018, too, there has been little to encourage Brussels so far. Will the shift to the right in the member states continue at European level?
Karl Marx, his house in Trier and the "Knight of the Noble Spirit"
Among the gems housed by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Library are items and collections from the museum Karl-Marx-Haus, including a polemical satire by Marx and other rare finds that we present on occasion of Marx 200 jubilee.
New international standards needed to protect women from violence and harassment at work, unionist says
Current labour standards fail to protect women's rights at work. Reform of international labour agreements is essential to reach the Sustainable Development Goals in relation to gender equity in the workplace, in Latin America and beyond.
“Tell them you know how much the boss is really getting”
A new guide offers tips to help negotiators win fair wages for workers. Negotiators can improve their bargaining power for wage demands by making better use of information on company revenue, profits and directors’ pay.