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  • News Item 1 Sep 2015
    “Work accomplished”

    «Work accomplished» is a visual representation of the activities of the Workers' Group at the European Economic and Social Committee during the 2010-2015 term of office.

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    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    «Work accomplished» is a visual representation of the activities of the Workers' Group at the European Economic and Social Committee during the 2010-2015 term of office.

    A brief summary of the group's priorities, discussions and thematic meetings.

  • News Item 30 Jun 2015
    The EESC European Award for Excellent Design and Sustainability 2015

    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) presents the EESC European Award for Excellent Design and Sustainability in cooperation with the LifeCare Initiative.

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2015
    13 pages
    Faces of Europe

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC..

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2015
    43 pages
    Space girls, Space women

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC, in this case cooperating with NEREUS (Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies).

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    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    This exhibition, which will be shown in several major European cities, is composed of portraits of girls and women of different generations and nationalities who share a passion for space exploration and are engaged or aspire to be engaged in space-related activities, and also offers exciting perspectives on current space programmes. It consists of photos, interviews, and an accompanying multimedia app.

     

     

     

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    by Bénédicte Boullet-Bocquet and Gilles Le Bail
    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    This exhibition is a companion to Gilles Le Bail's book L'Europe: défaite ou défis (Europe: Defeat or Challenges). It takes the form of a dialogue between the author's vision, the painter's artistic sensitivity and the visitor's gaze, consisting of 21 paintings by the painter Bénédicte Boullet-Bocquet that embody various aspects of European identity.

     

     

     

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    Cultural Event - Brussels, Belgium

    This exhibition, which consists of around thirty paintings by local young artists, showcases Latvian landscapes, of which the beauty and colours change with the seasons.

    The exhibition will be open to the public from May 27 to June 19 and is located in the Atrium of the JDE 6th floor.

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2015
    24 pages
    True Colours - Vraies couleurs

    This publication is part of a series of catalogues published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

  • News Item 15 Apr 2015
    So long ago in the future. Dreams for Future Odysseys - exhibition presented by students from the Nicolae Tonitza Fine Arts High School in Bucharest, Romania
    Opening of the exhibition "So long ago in the future. Dreams for Future Odysseys"

    EESC Member Mihai Manoliu (Employers' Group) opened the exhibition So long ago in the future. Dreams for Future Odysseys. The exhibition, which is part of the EESC's Space and Society project, is a display of 50 paintings by final-year students at the Nicolae Tonitza Fine Arts High School in Bucharest, Romania. The students have used their paintings to set out their vision of space. 

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