In an open letter to European policymakers, the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) writes that "The Greek crisis is a European crisis and needs European solutions."
The ETUI is an international non-profit association established under Belgian law.
Employing approximately 60 people from across Europe, ETUI is financially supported by the European Community.
Its activities include conducting independent, socio-economic research, monitoring major European developments that impact workers and their rights, as well as improving cooperation between the European trade union movement and academic institutions, research institutes and enforcement agencies.