Process of exchange between social partners to promote consultation and collective bargaining.
Social dialogue can be bipartite (involving representatives of workers and employers) or tripartite (also involving public authorities and/or representatives of civil society, non-governmental organization)
Social dialogue can take place at various levels (company, sectoral / cross-sectoral and local / regional / national / transnational);
At an international level, social dialogue can be bilateral, trilateral, or multilateral, according to number of countries involved.
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European centre for the development of vocational training, EU (2014). Terminology of European education and training policy Retrieved 10 december 2018, from (2nd ed). http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/EN/Files/4117_en.pdf