Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council
Portugal

Portugal

Date of entry: July 2, 1999

Member of AICESIS
Member of ILO

Economic and Social Council

Its consultation competencies are based on the participation of the most representative organisations in Portuguese society and economic tissue and are carried out by drafting opinions, requested of it by Government or other organs of sovereignty, or upon its own initiative. Within the scope of this competency, the Council expresses an opinion on the drafts of the programmes and policies for social and economic development, Portugal’s positioning within the European institutions with regard to these policies, the use of European funds at national level and the regional development policy. The competency for social concertation aims to foster social dialogue and negotiation between the Government and Social Partners – trade unions and employer associations – and is exercised based on tri-party negotiations with representatives of such bodies, during which legislation projects are appraised with regard to social and labour matters, for which social concertation agreements are then entered into.

In what concerns the arbitration activity, the Council’s duties concern the organisation and maintenance of lists for appointing arbitrators, picking arbitrators at random if need be, ensuring payment for arbitrators and experts and technical and administrative support of the normal functioning of the arbitration tribunal.

Contacts

(351) 21300 60 80/ 21300 60 82 / 21300 60 83

(351) 21300 60 99

ces.portugal@ces.pt / secretario.geral@ces.pt

www.ces.pt

Rua João Bastos n° 8 – 1449-016 LISBOA (PORTUGAL)

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

The General Assembly was held in Rabat (Morocco) on June 11. On the occasion the Moroccan ESEC took the UCESIF presidency.

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