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    Conference - Warsaw, Poland

    Atypical work refers to employment relationships not conforming to the standard or "typical" model of full-time, regular, open-ended employment with a single employer over a long time span. The purpose of the LMO conference, co-organised with the Polish Ministry for Labour and Social Policy, is to examine these kinds of atypical employment and various EU level and national level attempts to deal with them. What has been done? Have the desired effects been reached? What are the future challenges?


  • Conference co-organised by the Section for Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship and the EESC Europe 2020 Steering Committee
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    The Europe 2020 Strategy sets out a number of new goals in terms of employment, innovation, education, social inclusion, climate and energy. Yet when it comes to achieving the targets set out in the Europe 2020 Strategy, the starting points of men and women are quite different. On Friday 22 March 2013, the EESC will be presenting its own-initiative opinion on "The gender dimension in the Europe 2020 Strategy" and will be discussing its view on this fascinating subject. Your input will be most welcome.

  • Event co-organised by the EESC, the Council of Europe and the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    Is migration in Europe merely a source of problems? Or does it contribute to growth and demographic stability? Join the debate and listen to our high-level speakers and experts at the joint conference on Migration: a source of wealth and duties for Europe (organised by the EESC, CoE and French CES) on 15 March!

  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium
    The European Council of December 2012 agreed that the roadmap for the completion of the European Monetary Union (EMU) should include a social dimension, comprising social dialogue. President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy called for the EESC proposals on the social dimension of the Economic and Monetary Union. To assemble the views of institutional stakeholders, social partners and civil society organisations, the EESC is holding a hearing on "For a social dimension of the EMU".

  • Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    Active labour market policies aim to improve the functioning of the labour market, notably by matching the unemployed or those with difficulties in the labour market to vacancies or jobs or by enhancing their employability with a view to future employment. However, during the crisis job creation and active labour market policies were largely affected by austerity measures.

  • Meeting - Brussels, Belgium
    The section for Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship had its 137th meeting on 26 February 2013.

  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium
    This hearing is part of the work on the opinion on "Manufacture, presentation and sale of tobacco and related products". Speakers will include representatives from the Tobacco industry, civil society organizations on public health, European Commission and European Parliament representatives. The results of the hearing will provide important input to the further work of the EESC study group on this topic.

  • Public Hearing - Brussels, Belgium
    This hearing's conclusions will feed directly into the study group work on the Committee's opinion on 'Rethinking education'.
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    Open space event to launch the European Year of Citizens 2013
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is pleased to invite you to embark on a journey to strengthen dialogue and participation within the context of the European Year of the Citizen 2013. On 23 and 24 January, we are holding an Open Space event in Brussels to explore future pathways of active European citizenship.

  • Organised by the EESC Coordination Group
    Conference - Brussels, Belgium
    The European Union is experiencing a challenging demographic change, with an increasing number of senior citizens. This situation raises questions in a number of social and economic areas, but also represents opportunities for new social, economic and technological developments. The closing conference of the EESC Coordination Group of the European Year 2012 will give the EESC Members having worked on the topics of this European Year the opportunity to share their conclusions of the EU Year with decision-makers and stakeholders.

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