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