Legal actions against some provisions contained in the new EU Staff Regulations

Following the introduction of the new Staff Regulations, many colleagues have shared with us their concerns about the legality of several new provisions which impact negatively on officials and other agents careers. We shouldn't forget that, even during the legislative process, the legal services of the various Institutions expressed serious doubts on a certain number of these measures.
Following the proliferation of announcements and complaint forms, you have asked us:
  • to group the efforts of Trade Unions of all Institutions andAgencies for a better defence ofthe rights of our colleagues, and as a symbol of our attachment to the same Staff Regulations;
  • to set up a strong pool of lawyers in order to maximise the chances for a successful outcome, going well beyond a simple distribution of forms;
  • to organise regular meetings with these lawyers to explain to staff all details concerning the proposed actions.
We have listened to your requests!

With this website, we wish to provide staff of all European Institutions with the best tools and information to effectively contest some of these new provisions.


This action is supported by the following Trade Unions and lists:

European Commission and Agencies









Initiative for Unified Legal Actions Against the Statute
Generation 2004 welcomes the decision by a substantial 'grouping' of unions – namely the Alliance (R&D, CONF-SFE, CISL-FIR, Solidarité Européenne), RS (U4U, USHU, SFIE) and FFPE –to "join forces for a strong common strategy" for questioning the "legality of several new provisions which impact negatively on officials' and other agents' careers". Generation 2004 will cooperate in this initiative on a case-by case-basis in the interest of all staff in general and post-2004 staff in particular.

LUXEMBOURG: European Commission, Court of Justice, Court of Auditors







Initiative for Unified Legal Actions Against the Statute
Generation 2004 welcomes the decision by a substantial 'grouping' of unions – namely R&D, US-L, SID, Solidarité Européenne, U4U and FFPE – to "join forces for a strong common strategy" for questioning the "legality of several new provisions which impact negatively on officials' and other agents' careers". Generation 2004 will cooperate in this initiative on a case-by case-basis in the interest of all staff in general and post-2004 staff in particular.

Council of the European Union



European Parliament






Committee of the Regions and Economic and Social Committee




EEAS (External Services)







Mentions légales

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