PRODOME, an Erasmus+ project which finally underlines the stakes of professionalizing domestic workers in Europe, will end up by an international conference in Paris on the October 10th, gathering all major national and European stakeholders in the field.
The European Federation for Family Employment and Home care (EFFE), alongside Spanish and Italian partners, has been involved in the European-subsidised project PRODOME for a little more than three years. The latter has committed itself to an increased offer of professionalizing paths for domestic jobs in the EU as we believe professionalization is a key asset to ensure a greater quality and greater professional security for these jobs that widely suffer from various levels of institutional, social and economic recognition among EU Member States.
The final conference of the project will take place next October 10th in Paris. It will endeavour to display what concrete achievements the project has carried out as well as to discuss what the stakes of professionalizing domestic employees are and to initiate a collective thinking about a strategy likely to be pulled out so as to build a social Europe closer to its citizens’ needs.
Jean-Rémy Acar, General Delegate of the Home Employment Sector (France)
Baptiste Lenfant, Director-General, Iperia, Member of European Federation for Family Employment (EFFE) (France)
The European project PRODOME: objectives and achievements
Susana Major, Research and development Manager, Erasmus+ France / Education Formation (France)
Olga Lopez Maeztu, Sociologist, Forem, (Spain)
Nicoletta Naldi, Director of Human Ressources, Margotta (Italy)
Stakes of domestic worker’s professionalization
Vicente Sánchez Jiménez, Secretary-General, CCOO – Construcción y Servicios (Spain)
Andrea Zini, Vice-president, Assindatcolf, Vice-president of EFFE (Italy)
Claudio Di Berardino, Regional Minister of Labour in the Lazio region (Italy)
Grand Témoin – Claire Hobden, Technical officer on vulnerable workers, Coordinator of the strategy to make decent work become a reality for domestic workers, ILO (Switzerland)
The professionalization of domestic workers, a major challenge for European societies
What strategic policy for the domestic housekeepers’ professionalization at the heart of a social Europe, nearer to the EU citizens’ concrete needs? The importance of acknowledging stakes at European level
Fostering optimal conditions
Supporting declared work policies backing up both workers’ social coverage and an ambitious social partners’ driven professionalization policy – the French example
Debate with Marie-Béatrice Levaux, President of FEPEM, President of EFFE, Jean-Eudes Tesson, President of the Central Agency of Social Security Organizations (ACOSS) and Stéphane Fustec, President of the National Joint Council of Social Dialogue (CNPDS)
The importance of acknowledging stakes at European level
Jean-François Lebrun, Senior policy advisor in charge of PHS sector, European Commission, DG EMPL (France)
Karmele Acedo, Director-General of Grupo SSI, Secretary-General, EFFE (Spain)
Gloria Ortiz, Head of the European projects and partnerships department, Iperia (France)
Andrea Panzavolta, Head of operations in the Emilia Romagna region (Italy)
Pierre-Olivier Ruchenstain, Director-General, FEPEM (France)
How can EU institutions and MEPs take a substantial role in this strategy ?
Elisabeth Morin-Chartier, Former Quaestor and member of the European Parliament (France)
Sylvie Brunet, Member of the European Parliament (France)
Marie Béatrice Levaux, President of FEPEM, President of EFFE (France)
A social Europe that works for every home