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Applications for EESC Civil Society Prize hit all-time record!

Applications for the EESC Civil Society Prize hit a new record this year, with 285 projects submitted by the deadline. The largest number of applicants came from Italy, followed by Austria and Germany. The number of entries for the EESC Civil Society Prize has increased steadily from its humble beginnings in 2006, when only 15 projects were entered for prizes totalling EUR 20 000. This year, EUR 50 000 will be awarded to up to 5 winners.

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  • Issue Date: September 2016
    EESC info September

    IN THIS ISSUE: Europe’s steel industry needs alevel playing field to survive; Digital e-seniors and the silver economy; EESC calls for strong EU action against wildlife trafficking; EESC members engage in Europe-wide debates on the European Pillar of Social Rights.

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