FERPA works actively to shape European Union legislation and policies through direct lobbying of different European institutions. It wants a procedure to be set up for the European Commission to consult the most representative organisations of retired and elderly people so that their voice can be heard. The Federation’s member organisations also lobby their national governments, especially ahead of European Council meetings whose agendas include issues of concern to retired and elderly people.
Notes on the history of FERPA Two determinations met at the ETUC Congress of Milan in May 1985 : the Italian trade unions asked for the building up of a European trade union structure of retirees, ETUC put Georges De Bunnes forwards, entrusted with the task of: – going into the problems of the elderly people,of the…
Members of FERPA’s staff Lajos Mayer President of FERPA Aneles Briales Deputy General Secretary of FERPA Mireille Paume President of Women’s Committee Jessica Montiel Projects Officer and Coordinator, PA to the Secretary General email@example.com Henri Lourdelle Senior Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org
Congress of September 2015 Draft Strategic Resolution for the 7th FERPA Congress Topical motion on the European Union’s migration policy Strategic program of designated General Secretary Carla Cantone 8th FERPA Congress COMING SOON
13 and 14 March 2018 Summary report of our Executive Committee: download pdf 7 and 8 November 2017 Summary report of our Executive Committee: download pdf 1 and 2 March 2017 Report of the FERPA Executive Committee: download pdf March 2016 Executive committee: conclusions by General Secretary Carla Cantone: link Ottobre 2015 Presentation on ECI: PPT Members…
FERPA Steering Committee COMING SOON
27-28 September 2012 : extraordinary FERPA Women’s Committee meeting. Presentation of Jasna PETROVIC, President of the FERPA Women’s Committee