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Can't escape work? - S&Ds fight for your right to disconnect

“Digitisation brings many benefits and advantages for employees such as greater flexibility or less commuting. However, there are also pitfalls. The

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Can't escape work? - S&Ds fight for your right to disconnect

The right to disconnect allows workers to refrain from engaging in work-related tasks, activities and electronic communication, such as phone calls

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Can't escape work? - S&Ds fight for your right to disconnect

“You know that feeling, when you get a work-related text message demanding your attention when you just started cooking. Or when your boss calls while

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The relaunch of Progressive Society

Under the initiative of Iratxe Garcia Perez (S&D Group President) and Eric Andrieu (S&D Group Vice-President), Progressive Society will now re-launch

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S&D MEP Robert Biedroń on the Sakharov Prize 2020

Today, the Conference of Presidents of the European Parliament awarded the 2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought to the Belarusian opposition*

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EU-Africa partnership: A round up of Africa Week 2020

EU-Africa Partnership - A round up of Africa Week 2020 See what were the topics at this year's event, and let's meet next year for Africa Week 2021

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Africa Week 2020 - EU-Africa Partnership - JOIN US

Africa has been and will continue to be a priority for the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament. For us, Africa is an equal partner in

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S&D MEP, Jytte Guteland, on the European Climate Law

S&D MEP, Jytte Guteland, on the European Climate Law “This is a significant improvement of the Commission's proposal and makes the European Climate

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The S&D's new Tax Justice Team

Tax justice has been the Socialists and Democrats’ cause for many years. Building on our work, we are proud to establish a new permanent tax sub

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Standing up with workers on Labour Day

This year, the First of May is not like any other year. Millions of workers around the world face uncertainty. More than 50 million Europeans risk