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Civil Society Prize

Related Theme: Civil Society

Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives

The aim of the EESC civil society prize, which was created in 2006, is to reward and encourage tangible achievements and initiataives by civil society organisations and/or individuals at all levels, European, national, regional and local, that significantly contribute to promoting European identity and integration.

Such achievements and initiatives have to be creative and innovative and make a long-lasting and positive impact on the public's perception of Europe and the integration process.

The specific theme for each edition of the prize is set by the EESC President.

Through the award of this prize, the Committee's objective is to raise awareness of the substantial contribution which civil society organisations and/or indivuduals can make to the creation of a European identity and citizenship embodying the shared values which underpin European integration.

For more information on the EESC civil society prize, please contact :  Civil Society Prize

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    Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives
    Brussels, Belgium

    The 2014 prize will reward initiatives carried out by civil society organisations and/or individuals and aimed at improving the economic and social inclusion of Roma.