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EESC launches its 2017 Civil Society Prize

The EESC has launched its 2017 Civil Society Prize. This year, the EESC will reward innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work undertaken by civil society, focusing on young people, migrants and other people who have difficulty accessing the labour market. A total of EUR 50.000 will be awarded to a maximum of five winners. The deadline for applications is 8 September 2017 while the award ceremony will take place on 7 December 2017 in Brussels. Almost ten years after the peak of the financial and economic crisis the European Union is still struggling with high levels of unemployment, despite recent improvements. That is why this year...

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    EESC info July 2017

    IN THIS ISSUE: Artificial Intelligence: Europe needs to take a human-in-command approach; EESC urges Commissioner Navracsics to adopt Action Plan on cultural diplomacy; Do not forget that the Energy Union was meant to benefit citizens and businesses; Georges Dassis: “President Trump’s decision means we need more civil society involvement in the climate transition”; EESC celebrates 30 years of Erasmus

     

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