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Why judgment T-270/16P (here) is so important for you!

The Court of Justice condems the practices of the Commission's Investigatory and Disciplinary Office
Why judgment T-270/16P (here) is so important for you!
 
 
The judgment of 14 February 2017 concerns a case that the Federation defended before the highest jurisdiction of the European legal order. It condemns the Commission for the Investigatory and Disciplinary Office's excesses.
 

The attacks of 22 March 2016

A year later, is our security and that of our children sufficiently taken into account?
 
The 22 March will mark a sad anniversary, that of the attacks at Zaventem and in the Maelbeek metro station, which caused so much physical and psychological damage. Some of our colleagues were among the victims of those barbaric acts. We wish to reconfirm our sympathy for, and solidarity with, all the victims and their families.
 

RIP former chancellor Helmut Kohl

THE FFPE ASSOCIATES ITSELF WITH THE SOLEMN TRIBUTE TO FORMER
CHANCELLOR HELMUT KOHL
 
The FFPE fully associates itself with the decision taken at the highest level to pay a solemn tribute to Chancellor Helmut Kohl on Saturday 1 July in Strasbourg.

There is no need to retrace Helmut Kohl's personal and political journey to understand that he was a true statesman, not only for Germany but for Europe as a whole!

Sickness insurance scheme (JSIS)

The FEDERATION seeks via this information note to ensure the long term viability of our sickness insurance scheme (JSIS) and to enable you to take informed decisions.
 
Theme of the day: hospital billing
 
We are very attached to our sickness insurance scheme, the JSIS, and wish to see it work well and in a sustainable manner for the benefit of all colleagues.
The key points that motivate us are:

FFPE MEMORANDUM ON ACTIVE AGEING WITHIN THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

Foreword by the FFPE's President, Pierre-Philippe Bacri

Opportunities for 55+ colleagues: the FEDERATION's proposals

Sooner or later, all the institutions' officials and many other staff are going to join the
"55+" group. The institution should therefore make the best use of their talents
throughout their careers: not just in its own interest, but also to promote job-satisfaction
(the two goals are mutually supportive).

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