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Приети on 17/10/2018
Референтен номер: 
SOC/603-EESC-2018-04028-00-00
Пленарна сесия: 
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Oct 17, 2018 Oct 18, 2018

In its opinion, the EESC welcomes the commitment to the renewed European Solidarity Corps (ESC) with an increased budget and target for participation. It also appreciates the merging with the EU Aid Volunteers. The Committee believes that in the future, the EU needs to develop two independent support programmes, one for youth and one for volunteering.

The EESC makes a series of concrete recommendations, such as: 1) the employment strand of the ECS needs to be subject to strict regulation and regular review; 2) there should be no age restriction on the ESC as it should be a support for volunteering; 3) the ESC should be restricted to the not for profit sector; 4)the main civil society platforms in the field (the European Youth Forum and the European Volunteering Centre) should be centrally involved in the regulation and oversight of the ESC.

EESC opinion: European Solidarity Corps (2018)

Приети on 29/03/2012
Референтен номер: 
SOC/438-EESC-2012-825
Пленарна сесия: 
479 -
Mar 28, 2012 Mar 29, 2012

The EESC believes that the Erasmus for All Programme should be a key instrument for increasing support for education and training in order to enhance citizens' skills, help tackle the high levels of youth unemployment in many Member States, meet the need for qualified labour, and resolve skills mismatches. It is especially important to employ such an instrument at a time of economic crisis and negative repercussions on labour markets.

EESC opinion: Erasmus for all

Приети on 16/01/2013
Референтен номер: 
SOC/445-EESC-2012-963
Пленарна сесия: 
486 -
Jan 16, 2013 Jan 17, 2013

The EESC recommends that the European Commission and the Member States support further studies and research that would tap the potential of gifted children and young people, aiming to facilitate employment and employability within the framework of the EU and, in a context of economic crisis, enhance specialist knowledge and prevent brain drain. It also recommends that greater consideration be given to each Member State's existing models for and experience in working with highly gifted children, and presents various proposals aimed at improving educational care for children and young people with high abilities.

EESC opinion: Unleashing the potential of children and young people with high intellectual abilities in the European Union

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