Artists for EuropePhoto Exhibition Cultural Event -
EESC, Brussels, Belgium This exhibition is another in ‘The Great Poles’ series. Portrait photographs of nearly one hundred prominent artists have been made by Czesław Czapliński. Each of the portrayed individuals associate their artistic achievements and their European prestige with Poland.
Sustainable growth after the crisisConference -
Warsaw, Poland This conference offers a great chance to discuss the current issue of EU's sustainable growth with the representatives of the Polish Presidency and the Polish civil society. It will be opened by the Deputy Prime-Minister of Poland Waldemar Pawlak and EESC President Staffan Nilsson. Michal Boni, Minister-member of the Polish Council of Ministers will make one of the keynote speeches.
Poland SoundtrackedCome'N'Listen - Musical Journeys through Europe Cultural Event -
EESC, La Brasserie, VMA2, rue Van Maerlant 2, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Discover Poland through the best of its film music. Internationally renowned Polish films will be presented from their musical perspective.
Poems in the UndergroundPick a Poem - Polish Poems Cultural Event -
EESC, Foyer 6, JDE Building, 6th floor, Rue Belliard 99, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Poems translated into different languages will be displayed in the EESC buildings at different places and can be taken away by passers-by
Newsletter ItemIssue Date: July 2011 EESC info - July 2011
In this issue: European Year of Volunteering: Valuing volunteering / Polish Presidency: Poland for a competitive, secure and open Europe / Polish Presidency asked the EESC to deliver four exploratory opinions / The EESC engages with unemployed young people / EU–Russia workshop
Cultural Events at the EESC during the Polish EU PresidencyAt the EESC headquarters, 99 rue Belliard, 1040 Brussels EESC, Brussels, Belgium Paweł Kuczyński. Satirical Drawings | Jacek Dehnel. Lecture | Marie Sklodowska-Curie. Exhibition | Poems in the Underground | Come'N'Listen - Polish Film Music | Czeslaw Milosz. Exhibition | Artists for Europe. Exhibition