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Draft Emergency Ordinance to Amend Law 62/2011 on Social Dialogue Joint Comments of European Commission and IMF Staff October 12th, 2012
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The International Training Centre of the ILO in Turin has developed a guided course on social dialogue and industrial relations.
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On 5/15/2006 the Plenary Session approved ESC areas of that may originate the representatives of civil society, other than trade unions and employers and how to accede of the their ESC Plenary Session, according to art. Article 9 ^ 1.
The government sent to the Romanian Mission in Brussels to forward the EU Council General Secretariat, the proposed nomination of Romania's representatives in the European Economic and Social Committee.
The Economic and Social Council has an advisory role in establishing the economic and social strategy and policy of the country, in mitigating disputes between the social partners at industry or national level, and in achieving, promoting and developing social dialogue and solidarity.
The Economic and Social Council is constituted and operates on the principle of tripartism, its governing bodies and those working with tripartite structure.