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On 13 and 14 February 2014, over 150 civil society representatives gathered at the EESC to discuss their positions on a global Post-2015 framework for sustainable development. Participants from local, regional and national authorities, EU and UN level policy-makers, social partners, environment, development, human rights, agriculture and consumer organisations; industry, business and academia brought a wealth of perspectives into the debate. This summary of key points, prepared by the Conference organisers, will be brought to the attention of EU decision-makers in order to contribute to the formulation of a strong EU negotiating position on the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda.

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  • Published In: 2013
    44 pages
    Financial Education for all

    Financial education strategies and best practices within the European Union. This publication is based on an own-initiative opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on Financial education and responsible consumption of financial products adopted on 14 July 2011.

  • Published In: 2013
    6 pages
    5 ideas for a younger europe
    The five ideas are a distillation of the dreams and aspirations encountered across Europe. Concrete proposals on democracy, employment, rights, education, and the European public sphere.
  • Published In: 2013
    4 pages
    Transport, energy, infrastructures, information society
    The TEN section focuses its work on keeping the right balance between the three pillars of EU energy policy: competitiveness, sustainability and security. The new White Paper from the European Commission entitled “Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area – T owards a competitive and resource-efficient transport system”, which was adopted by the Commission on 28 March 2011, constitutes the basic reference for the work of the TEN section in the field of transport. TEN section work in this area is based on an in-depth analysis of information and communication technologies (ICT) and their impact on society, taking into account the expectations of European civil society organisations. The EESC permanent study group will continue to identify and promote the expectations of organised civil society as regards services of general interest, which, whether economic or non-economic, do much to promote the social and territorial cohesion of the European Union.
  • Published In: 2013
    12 pages
    Towards a more responsible use of the internet : The proposals of the European civil society
    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has been a consistent voice in discussions surrounding online communication. In fact, we have been debating issues of safety,privacy and human dignity in electronic communications and media for nearly two decades. In the last five years we have produced a set of coherent and robust opinions on the matter, which have positively influenced the current debate.
  • Published In: 2013
    35 pages
    Civil Society Media Seminar - Freedom of media in the Euro-Mediterranean region
    Civil society has everything to win from free and vibrant media.Not only does the latter support and foster civil society but it can also help to hold the authorities to account, to put civil society’s ideas and principles into action and influence the social change.
  • Published In: 2013
    4 pages
    European Consumer Day
    The expansion of trade both within the EU and with commercial partners located in other parts of the world has increased the variety products available to European citizens. Protecting health and safety of consumers, who buy and use products in all Member States, is a top priority for the EU.
  • Published In: 2013
    2 pages
    EU's outermost regions - EESC Position Paper
    "The outermost regions (ORs) have considerable assets to contribute to the future of Europe: the talents of their men and women, their agricultural, fisheries and industrial products, their high-quality tourism and their geographical role as outposts of Europe in their regional neighbourhoods. The citizens of the ORs feel themselves to be 100% European." Henri Malosse, EESC rapporteur on the EU's outermost regions European Economic and Social Committee
  • Published In: 2013
    20 pages
    The economic and social situation in the Baltic countries : Lithuania - Study
    While it is true that these policies have allowed the country to get a handle on its finances, they have also exacerbated and multiplied social problems and triggered the second wave of emigration since Lithuania joined the EU.
  • Published In: 2013
    24 pages
    The economic and social situation in the Baltic countries : Latvia - Study
    The future development of the Latvian economy, at least in the short term, will remain heavily dependent on export opportunities, so its growth potential will be closely linked to growth prospects in its major EU trading partners.
  • Published In: 2013
    21 pages
    Economic and social situation in the Baltic States : Estonia - Study
    Key words: labour market, employment, unemployment, active and passive labour market policy measures, social partners, social welfare reform, adaptation to the economic crisis.

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