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2017
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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.

Published in: 
2017
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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.

Published in: 
2017
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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

Published in: 
2017
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In November 2016 the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) had a high-level dialogue on the future of work bringing together more than 300 representatives of the social partners and civil society in Europe.

Participants discussed possible solutions to future of work challenges and examples of good practice that will feed into the ILO Centenary Initiative on the Future of Work. The contribution of civil society in Europe to this debate is crucial in shaping a world of work that will best serve people and the economy.

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2017
Study
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This study focuses on the use of trilogues and early agreements in the European Union (EU). Today, trilogues form the standard operating procedure for reaching agreements between the European Commission, European Parliament, and the Council of the EU. The use of trilogues has long raised concerns about public transparency and accountability. Much has already been done to improve the way in which each institution’s negotiating team is held accountable to their respective institutions. However, there is still scope for improving the transparency of trilogue meetings.

Published in: 
2017
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Bees play a vital role in preserving biodiversity and ecological balance.

The European Economic and Social Committee is the first EU institution in Brussels to launch an urban apiculture project – and this is only part of its recent commitment to reduce adverse effects on the environment. With its two hives, the EESC is actively contributing to safeguarding biodiversity in Brussels and is reaffirming its commitment to a sustainable urban environment.

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