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ITF/ETF Corridor Project

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The ITF/ETF Corridor Project

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IN BRIEF

The Pan-European Corridor Project was developed by the ETF and ITF in 2000 with the aims to:

1. Consolidate inter-modal working structures at national level, particularly the National Coordination Committees;

2. To expand cross-section, regional cooperation between the transport unions along the 10 pan-European Transport Corridors;

3. To stimulate the dialogue with the socio-economic interest groups in the transport industry;

4. To ensure the trade unions' stake in the consultation process in all aspects of transport policy (at both national and regional levels);

5. To deepen the joint analysis of the transport and social policies of the EU.

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ACTIVITIES

 The project falls under the broader ITF "trade union education and development policy", and includes a series of seminars and conferences as well as a study visit for corridor coordinators aimed at building capacity for regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe - to be held in the period 2002-2003. In addition, an opening seminar marked the start of the project and an evaluation seminar will be held at the end of the project.

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OPENING CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR

The Corridor Project opening event was organised by the ITF and ETF in cooperation with their affiliate, the Free Trade Union of Railway Workers - VDSzSz.

The event consisted of a pan-European conference followed by a seminar. Three workshops on 6 specific transport Corridors were organised in conjunction with the seminar.

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Galerie AGORA, Rue du Marché aux Herbes 105, Boîte 11 B - 1000 Bruxelles  |  +32 2 285 46 60   |  etf@etf-europe.org
Galerie AGORA, Rue du Marché aux Herbes 105, Boîte 11 B - 1000 Bruxelles  |  +32 2 285 46 60   |  etf@etf-europe.org