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  • Newsletter Item Issue Date: March 2015
    Europe III - March 2015

    Newsletter of the Various Interests Group of the EESC

  • Document Item 4 Dec 2014 Towards a More Effective Europe 2020: Civil Society's Proposals for Boosting Social Inclusion and Competitiveness in Europe

    Inaugural speech by President Luca JAHIER at the international conference: 'Towards a more effective Europe 2020: civil society's proposals for boosting social inclusion and competitiveness in Europe', held in Rome on 4 & 5 December 2014.

  • Opinion Item 23 Oct 2014
    EESC opinion on Taking stock of the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth Adopted References: SC/039 EESC-2014-3600 Referral - Rapporteur: Stefano Palmieri (Workers - GR II / Italy) Plenary Session: 15 Oct 2014 - 16 Oct 2014

    The Europe 2020 strategy's main problems can be seen in the areas of governance, the targets set, civil society participation and its implementation. The architecture of the strategy's governance has formalised a structural distortion in which economic aspects take precedence over social and environmental governance, subordinating the Europe 2020 targets to the macro-economic priorities of the European Semester. It is worrying that the Europe 2020 strategy does not involve organised civil society adequately, at either national or European level.


    The Committee deems it necessary to promote a development model, where sustainable development is linked with the relevant Europe 2020 targets, in which the EU Member States, while continuing to pursue structural reforms geared to consolidating and ensuring the reliability of national finances, can - at the same time - support the implementation of policies that can: promote European competitiveness and its main stakeholders (workers, private businesses and social enterprises); promote the quantitative and qualitative growth of European investment (tangible, intangible and social); create more and better jobs; support social and territorial cohesion and address the problems related to high unemployment and rising levels of poverty and social exclusion.



  • Document Item 25 Apr 2014
    Hearing "The social dimension of Europe 2020 policies for combating the crisis", Athens 25 April 2014
  • Document Item 8 Apr 2014
    17th meeting of Europe 2020 Steering Committee Latest Update: 24/04/2014
  • Opinion Item 6 Mar 2014
    EESC opinion on the Annual Growth Survey 2014 Adopted References: EESC-2013-0746 Referral - General Rapporteur: Evelyne Pichenot (Various interests - GR III / France) Plenary Session: 6 - 26 Feb 2014 - 27 Mar 2014

    The biggest challenge now facing Europe's economy is how to sustain the recovery that is now underway. This is the main message of the 2014 Annual Growth Survey (AGS). Its adoption kicks off the fourth European Semester of economic policy coordination in an environment where growth is beginning to return and Member States are making progress on correcting the imbalances that developed before the crisis.

  • Document Item 27 Sep 2013 16th meeting of Europe 2020 Steering Committee, 29 January 2014
  • Document Item 27 Sep 2013
    15th meeting of Europe 2020 Steering Committee, 4 December 2013
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    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.

  • Document Item 3 Oct 2012 Social Enterprises and the Europe 2020 Strategy: Innovative Solutions for a Sustainable Europe Conference organised by the Various Interests Group of the EESC, Brussels

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