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FNEID is a not-for-profit association created in 1997 that represents and brings together private sport and active leisure employers in Spain in order to defend their image and rights in all decisions-making forums such as governmental and private institutions.

FNEID unites 14 regional associations: ADECAF (Barcelona), AGPRM (Murcia), ANEFIDE (Navarra), APEELL (Lérida), ASEDPA (Asturias), ASOMED (Madrid), ASONES (Aragón), AVEAF (Vizcaya), ACEID (Canarias), CASTILLA LA MANCHA, FEDECYL (Castilla y León), FEGAEX (Galicia), FEIDA (Andalucía), FEIDCV (Comunidad Valenciana). Moreover, FNEID is engaged in negotiations to integrate other organisations.

The core aims of FNEID are:
• to represent and defend the interests of its members,
• to encourage physical activities and sport in all of Spain,
• to promote the quality of services in this sector and improve the education offer.


And the main fields of activity are:
• work regulation
• intellectual property law
• education (training courses)
• private – public coexistence


Database social partners

Database of the employer and employee organisations in the EU25 (as of 31.12.2006)

Statement on EU social dialogue in the sport sector, 12th Dec. 2012

EASE and UNI Europa Sport, the social partners in the European sport sector, concluded the first meeting of a two year test phase for a European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee today in Brussels. The meeting was chaired by Jean-Paul Tricart, the head of the European Commission's social dialogue unit. More...

Commission's Communication on Sport, Jan. 2011

The European Commission adopted a Communication entitled “Developing the European Dimension in Sport” on 18th January 2011 that flows from the European Union new role under the Lisbon Treaty to support and coordinate sport policy measures taken by Member States.
The Commission confirms its support to the EU social partners and announces the launching in 2012 of a test phase of 2 years of the ESSDC for sports and active leisure.
EASE issued a Common position on the article on EU social dialogue.

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