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Successful EU social dialogue requires respect for the autonomous role of social partners

Social dialogue, which is a central piece of the European social model, must adapt to our changing economies and societies. Social partners would lose in credibility if they do not engage and deliver more concrete outcomes as part of national reform processes. This requires employers and trade unions to act responsibly, and governments to consult them regularly and in a meaningful manner, Renate Hornung-Draus said at the informal EPSCO meeting in Riga.

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Last updated: 10 September 2015