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  • Inaugural speech at the conference 'Health, Care and Prosperity after Covid-19: Swedish and European Perspectives', Stockholm, 25 May 2023

  • Dolní Vítkovice v Ostravě jsou bývalou průmyslovou oblastí, kde se dříve těžilo uhlí a vyráběla ocel. 11. října 2022 se zde na konferenci sešli zástupci akademické obce, místních organizací občanské společnosti, představitelé krajských i státních orgánů a členové Evropského hospodářského a sociálního výboru (EHSV). Konferenci na téma Hledání nové podoby Moravskoslezského kraje v zájmu zajištění sociálně spravedlivé transformace uspořádala jménem EHSV skupina Organizace občanské společnosti v rámci českého předsednictví Rady EU.

  • Plenary debate with Jan Lipavský, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

  • EESC plenary debate with Clément BEAUNE, French Secretary of State for European Affairs, 19 January 2022

  • May I send my best wishes to the French government, which will assume the Presidency of the Council of the EU today, on January 1st 2022. The challenges facing citizens in the Union are well documented and require ...

  • EESC plenary debate with Anže Logar, Slovenian Minister of Foreign Affairs

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    02/2020

    EESC is ready to give a helping hand to Croatian endeavours to strengthen the Union and promote a credible and merit-based EU enlargement policy.

  • Mr Krister Andersson, rapporteur for the EESC opinion on "Taxation of profits of multinationals in the digital economy", participated as a speaker at the event “Common (Consolidated) Corporate Tax Base (C(C)CTB)“, organized by the IFA Austria in Vienna, on 8 October 2018.

  • In order to bridge the skills gap, we must first identify precisely which skills are needed for the future. This remains difficult, due to the rapid pace of change we are seeing today. Adaptation of education systems, development of lifelong learning systems and close cooperation between employers, policy-makers and academics are some of the ways to help people adapt their skills to the demands of future labour markets. These were among the conclusions reached at the conference on Bridging the Skills Gap for Growth and Job Creation – the Business Perspective, which took place on 22 March 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • The EU is ready for a digital revolution and for reaping its benefits – this was one of the conclusions of the conference on the Advantages of a Digital Society, which took place on 25 October 2017 in Tallinn, Estonia. The participants discussed various aspects of e-society and the Digital Single Market. Cyber security, societal trust, the free flow of data, the further development of infrastructure and getting rid of barriers hindering the Digital Single Market were just a few of the issues raised.