This publication is a compendium of studies carried out in 2021 at the EESC.
How COVID-19 changed the playing field for European SMEs
The objective of this study is to develop a systematic classification of COVID-19 (and international crisis)-related impacts on SMEs.
Based on the evaluation of previous research and other documents, stakeholder interviews and consultation as well as an online survey, this report drafts possible futures of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
This study identifies key barriers to accelerating the renovation rate in the residential building sector and to implementing the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS). It provides a summary of, and recommendations for, overcoming these obstacles.
This study deals with the use of hydrogen for the de-carbonization of the Resources and Energy Intensive Industries (REIIs) and gives a specific insight of the situation of the steel-making industry.
Labour Market Observatory (LMO) study
Volunteering happens when volunteer energy (willingness, capability and availability to volunteer) and volunteer opportunities (possibility to volunteer) are matched. The objective of this study is to create classifications of volunteer energy and volunteer opportunities, providing a qualitative overview of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) that volunteering is facing in the EU.
This publication is a compendium of studies carried out in 2020 at the EESC.
This report examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the work of civil society organisations (CSOs) across Europe. It also focuses on how solutions implemented in individual EU Member States have impacted CSOs' ability to exercise their fundamental rights and freedoms.
From the COVID-19 emergency measures to defend employment and health and safety in the workplaces, to a new strengthened system of Industrial relation
Best practice examples of social partner involvement in measures and initiatives aimed at palliating the socio-economic impact of the pandemic