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Events & Activities

22 Sep 2014

Towards a Circular Economy

" A zero waste programme for Europe" Belgium, Brussels

On 2 July the European Commission launched a package of policy strategies and legislative proposals Towards a circular economy – a zero waste programme for Europe The European Economic and Social Committee, is currently preparing an opinion on the Commission circular economy policy package in order to contribute to this debate.

In this regard on 22 September 2014 the EESC will organise in Brussels a public hearing on circular economy.

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    Official meetings of the EESC and its bodies


  • " A zero waste programme for Europe"
    Brussels, Belgium

    On 2 July the European Commission launched a package of policy strategies and legislative proposals Towards a circular economy – a zero waste programme for Europe The European Economic and Social Committee, is currently preparing an opinion on the Commission circular economy policy package in order to contribute to this debate.

    In this regard on 22 September 2014 the EESC will organise in Brussels a public hearing on circular economy.


  • Seminar - EESC, room JDE 62 - Rue Belliard 99, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    In a participatory format, the event aims to collect ideas, analyse challenges and possible solutions for a better use of financial tools for ICT infrastructures and digital applications for services. This should facilitate growth and jobs while creating inclusive conditions for the most vulnerable.


  • Labour Market Observatory – 34th meeting
    Conference - EESC, Room VM3, Rue Van Maerlant 2, Brussels, Belgium

    This LMO conference will give participants the opportunity to take stock of the efforts undertaken by policymakers, public authorities and companies to achieve a better work-life balance. It will look at best practices at the national, regional and local level and discuss concrete actions in this respect. Speakers will include representatives from the European Parliament, European Commission, Eurofound, Committee of Regions, Confederation of Family Organisations in the European Union and European Women’s Lobby.


  • Extraordinary meeting of the Workers' Group
    Consiglio Nazionale dell'Economia e del Lavoro, Via David Lubin n°2, 00196 Roma, Italy

    The event will unveil the priorities of the Italian Presidency of the European Union and examine the economic and social situation in Italy.