The EESC's Western Balkans Follow-up Committee went to Tirana last week to meet representatives of Albanian civil society. On 24 September the committee members met social partners to discuss the state of social dialogue in Albania, and on 25 September they held a hearing on youth policy and youth participation in Albanian society.
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Transatlantic relations remain strong and important even though they have recently had a very bad press. Business, both in the EU and the US, has a role to play in overcoming current difficulties. Together, we can effectively promote a positive transatlantic agenda and help to fight stereotypes and misinformation. These are just some of the conclusions of the debate with Susan Danger, CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU. The debate took place during the Employers' Group meeting on 11 July 2018.
Speech of Ms Brenda King - EESC Member during the 35th Joint ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly.
The Agreement should not sacrifice any sector, region or country, insists the European Economic and Social Committee
„Приносът на гражданското общество обогатява многостранното партньорство между Европейския съюз и Китайската народна република и подобрява международните отношения“, заявиха председателят на ЕИСК г-н Лука Жайе и заместник-председателя на Икономическия и социален съвет на Китай г-н Ян Чунгуей по време на проведената между техните институции16-а кръгла маса. Двете страни обобщават основните заключения и препоръки от срещата в съвместна декларация след 16-ата кръгла маса „ЕС-Китай“, която се проведе във Варна, България, на 28 и 29 май.
Particular attention should be given to investment in sensitive areas such as infrastructure and key facilities, says the EESC
Effective integration of legal migrants and refugees will benefit Europe's labour markets, plagued by skills and labour shortages. If tackled properly, the migration challenge could be turned into a real opportunity not only for our economies but also for our society as a whole, participants in the European Migration Forum (EMF) concluded last week.
The third meeting of the EU-Moldova Civil Society Platform (CSP), held on 6 March in Brussels, also discussed the planned extension of Ukrainian hydroelectric plants on the upper Dniester which might have devastating consequences on the Moldovan population and environment.
EESC calls for uniform protection of refugees in Turkey and for the establishment of a mechanism to monitor compliance by both sides with the 2016 EU-Turkey Statement on Refugees
Employers believe that the business community has a crucial role to play in spreading a positive message about trade and in explaining what an ambitious trade policy can achieve. It is businesses that can tell the story of the practical benefits stemming from trade agreements.