CELSI is organizing a national seminar titled "Pre-primary and long-term care services in Slovakia and the role of social partners"
On December 1, 2022, CELSI is organizing a national seminar titled "Pre-primary and long-term care services in Slovakia and the role of social partners" in cooperation with the Ebert Stiftung Foundation. The seminar is held within the SOWELL project - Social dialogue in welfare services.
Nov. 29, 2022
SOWELL Workshop - Koragyermekkori nevelés és ápolás, és az idősek tartós ápolása Magyarországon (Budapest – 2022. november 29.)
A Közép-európai Munkaügyi Kutatóintézet (CELSI - Central European Labour Studies Institute) szeretettel meghívja Ön a SOWELL (Szociális párbeszéd a jóléti szolgáltatások terén Foglalkoztatási kapcsolatok, munkaerőpiac és szociális szereplők a gondozási/ellátási szolgáltatásokban) című projekt keretén belül készülő magyarországi országos workshopra.
A rendezvény helyszíne:
H-1068 Budapest, Benczúr utca 35
- november 29., 13:00 - 15:30
Nov. 25, 2022
As a SOWELL project partner, CELSI would like to invite you to the SOWELL Final Conference which will take place on Wednesday 7 December 2022
During the final conference, researchers and social partners from the different countries will present and discuss the project outcomes. One of the guiding subjects will be the role of national and EU-level social partners in tackling the sector’s challenges.
Nov. 22, 2022
GDPiR project launched
CELSI is involved in a new project called "Managing data processing in the workplace thourgh industrial relations." Researcher Adam Šumichrast attended the project kick-off meeting on 7 October 2022 in Rome. The consortium consists of five partners from universities and research institutes and five trade union federations.
Oct. 20, 2022
CELSI strongly condemns the acts of terrorism against queer community
CELSI expresses sincere solidary with Slovak queer community in the fight for its human rights, including inclusion and non-discrimination in labour market. CELSI calls for a change in approach to LGBTI+ people together with the NGOs operating in the area of queer community.
Oct. 17, 2022
CANCELLED: On October 21, come join the next CELSI Frontiers webinar titled "Keeping a safe distance? Public sector wage setting and export-led economic growth in Czechia and Slovakia"
You are cordially invited to the next CELSI Frontiers webinar organized jointly with the Institute of Public Policy, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava.
Oct. 11, 2022
Starting on the 21st of September, CELSI researchers Monika Martišková, Patrik Gažo and Adam Šumichrast attended the 3-day TURI (Trade Union Research Institute) conference in Vilnius
Their presentation titled "Trade union responses to decarbonisation and digitalisation in Slovakia and Czechia: short-term gains versus long-term prospects", was based on the results of several research projects in the past two years.
Oct. 10, 2022
New chapter by Marta Kahancová and Barbora Holubová titled "Revisiting the Concept of Precarious Work in Times of Covid-19" published
CELSI is pleased to announce the publishing of a new book titled "Faces of Precarity". CELSI researchers Marta Kahancová and Barbora Holubová contributed to the book with the chapter titled "Revisiting the Concept of Precarious Work in Times of Covid-19".
Oct. 10, 2022
The new PERHOUSE project launched on October 6, 2022
CELSI kicked off a new project on 6 October 2022. Together with a broad consortium consisting of seven partners from universities and five EU-level social partners, we will explore how industrial relations can improve the working conditions in the personal and household services in Central European countries (CEE).
Oct. 9, 2022
On September 21.-23., CELSI researchers attended Trade Union Research Institute conference in Vilnius
Their presentation, called "Trade union responses to decarbonisation and digitalisation in Slovakia and Czechia: short-term gains versus long-term prospects", was based on the results of several research projects in the past two years.
Oct. 1, 2022