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  • Conference - Brussels, Belgium

    In 2008, the European Commission proposed a Active Inclusion Strategy based on three strands: adequate income support, inclusive labour markets and access to quality services for all. Since then, in the wake of the financial crisis, there was practically no progress in implementing it.

    The EESC-Eurofound joint conference on 16 June 2014 at the EESC assessed the situation and proposed a better approach.


  • Identifying, enhancing and promoting their role in city and regional development
    Seminar - Brussels, Belgium

    This workshop examined the concepts of "civic universities" in a European context. The main question under scrutiny was the following: From your perspective, what are universities for?


  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium

    This public hearing will have a special focus on health policies and antidiscrimination. The aims of the project are to highlight the impact of EU legislation and, programmes from the perspective of civil society; to assess appropriate and effective instruments to more closely involve civil society organisations as a means to improve the social inclusion of the Roma; to look into possible shortcomings in the work already being done at European, national, regional and local level.


  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium

    The EESC will hold a public hearing which aims to look into the EU report on the UNCRPD as well as on the preparation of an alternative report from civil society perspectives, while providing an opportunity for stakeholders to exchange views. The conclusions of the hearing will feed into the work of the group which will continue until the end of the year.


  • Ten years with the Common Basic Principles on integration – what next?
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium

    The European Integration Forum – the dialogue platform on integration of immigrants – met for the eleventh time on 3 April 2014 in the EESC premises. The theme of this meeting was linked to the Common Basic Principles for Immigrant Integration Policy in the EU.


  • Labour Market Observatory Public hearing
    Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium

    The Public Hearing was an occasion to make a state of play of youth employment policies at the EU level, while also focusing on the situation in 6 Member States (Austria, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Italy and Slovakia). The event involved representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission, Eurofound, EU social partners, youth organisations and think tanks.

     


  • Visual Diversity in the workplace
    Labour Market Observatory conference
    Conference - Berlin, Germany

    Diversity is about recognising, respecting and valuing all types of difference. This conference was looking into how diverse workplaces could be beneficial for all: businesses, employees and society in general. Practical examples from across the EU were presented. The issue of intercultural differences was addressed in the context of intra-EU mobility.


  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium
    This EESC public hearing aims at illustrating in practical terms the beneficial effects of investing in the labour market and in social services, as well as emphasising the role to be played by the various players at European and national levels.

  • Conference - Cedefop, Thessaloniki, Greece

    This conference of the Labour Market Observatory, hosted by CEDEFOP (European centre for the development of vocational training) has been an occasion to look at issues such as: the future skills supply and demand in Europe, the matching of skills and competences with the labour market needs, the need to increase synergies between the worlds of education and work, the recognition of qualifications and the enhancement of intra-EU mobility of workers.


  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium
    The European Commission proposed to strengthen the European Union’s ability to respond to ‘legal highs’ – new psychoactive substances used as alternatives to illicit drugs such as cocaine and ecstasy. Under the new rules proposed, harmful psychoactive substances will be withdrawn quickly from the market, without jeopardising their various legitimate industrial and commercial uses.

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