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New resources for tripartite dialogue in Romania


Project Facts

Project objective: Romania - Improved social dialogue and tripartite dialogue structures and practices
Project promoter: Municipal LEAGUE of PUBLIC SERVICES and UTILITIES from ROMANIA
Type of institution: Employers' organization
Project number: IN22-0029
Target group(s): Civil servants/Public administration staff,
Status: Completed
Initial project cost: € 120,030
Final project costs: € 106,200
From Norway Grants: € 92,684
The project is carried out in: Romania

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Summary of project results


The project objective was to improve the cooperation and the tripartite dialogue between employers, unions and relevant public organizations by creating the necessary tools to facilitate their communication. The rationale for the project was that the tripartite dialogue was not considered as an important instrument for preventing the sharpening of labor disputes or to decisively contribute to improving working conditions in Romania. This was mainly because of (i) insufficient knowledge of effective methods for applying the existing regulatory framework (at employers, unions, public authorities levels); (ii) a lack of a comprehensive legal framework governing the social dialogue implementation and (iii) a lack of communication and networking among social dialogue parties. The main project outputs are : - 10 focus groups established and operating; - One sociological study conducted - Dissemination of the results y to 500 institutions and organisations - A Web portal developed; - A Guide for Social dialog in Public Service developed and published ; - - 7 Public debates on social dialog in public services conducted – more than 350 people participated. - 5 round tables with the representatives of relevant organizations for tripartite dialog - 150 persons attended the discussions - 30 experts were trained in social dialogue , which led to increased quality of social dialogue at the respective companies


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