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CIVIL SOCIETY PRIZE 2016 on MIGRATION - EESC to reward outstanding civil society initiatives

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For nearly two years the large and unprecedented flow of refugees from war-torn or underdeveloped countries to the European Union has heavily impacted Europe's political and social life. Providing food and shelter for the masses of refugees reaching the EU, familiarising them with the new realities and cultural differences as well as supporting them through their integration process was and still is a major challenge which the concerned Member States could only face thanks to the spontaneous and overwhelming support of citizens and civil society in general.

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  • Issue Date: July 2016
    EESC info July 2016

    IN THIS ISSUE:   EU Border Guard: right to intervene and need to prioritise the protection of fundamental rights; CIVIL SOCIETY DAYS 2016: Dialogue and solidarity at EU level are key to a prosperous and peaceful Europe; Socio-economic actors to play a key role in post-Cotonou; Migration, a story of two worlds.

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