Civil Society Prize

By awarding this prize, the EESC aims to raise awareness of the importance of the contribution that civil society organisations can make to shaping a European identity and European citizenship that shore up the common values underpinning European integration.

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    The 2012 edition is the 5th edition, and it aimed to reward innovative initiatives and projects, also on the regional and local level, in the field of sustainable production and/or consumption, and in the social sector.


  • EESC President Staffan Nilsson and EESC Vice-President Anna Maria Darmanin with the winners of the 2011 EESC Civil Society Prize
    European Economic and Social Committee names 2011 winners
    EESC, 99 rue Belliard, Brussels
    Chaired by EESC president Staffan Nilsson, the selection board for the EESC Civil Society Prize was unanimous in choosing the winners of this year's prize. The 2011 EESC Civil Society Prize has been awarded to: First prize: Erasmus Student Network (ESN), Second prize: European Alternatives, Third prize: The Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU).

  • EESC Vice-President Irini Pari with the winners of the third EESC civil society prize
    European Economic and Social Committee names 2009 winners
    Brussels, Belgium

  • President Dimitriadis with the winners of the second civil society prize
    The European Economic and Social Committee announces the winners for 2007
    Brussels, Belgium

  • The theme for 2006: European identity as an essential cultural element for European integration
    Brussels, Belgium