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From Cork 2.0 Declaration to concrete actions

On 9 November 2016 the EESC and CoR organised a conference on balanced territorial development entitled "Cork+20: leaving rural areas behind is no longer an option". At stake was the European Commission's new rural development strategy, which would normally have to be inspired by the new Cork 2.0 Declaration that has been co-signed by stakeholders at the Cork conference on 5-6 September 2016.

Now is the time to put the Cork 2.0 Declaration into action.

The EESC opinion is the organized civil society's contribution to the follow-up of the Conference. At the public hearing on 3 May we  discussed concrete actions for implementing the measures of the declaration. The trend towards a systematic prioritarization of urban areas across the whole set of EU sectoral policies must be reversed!

03/05/2017
20/06/2011
François Osete & Lazaros S. Lazarou, European Court of Auditors
Organisation: 

"The Court examined whether the Leader approach has been implemented in ways that add value, while minimising the risks to sound financial management"

Downloads: 

Hearing Leader 20.6.2011 - Mr Osete

15/09/2015
Project

The "Smart Islands" project is the continuation of the European Economic and Social Committee's (EESC) own-initiative opinion on Smart Islands.

The project aims to engage and exchange with local stakeholders on innovative projects developed locally, which create sustainable growth and, at the same time, job opportunities and competiveness, whilst respecting the environment and cultural heritage".

As outcome of the project, a catalogue of good practices was published in 2017.

Study
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This report provides a study of the retail sector, which is one of the biggest in Europe in terms of the number of enterprises active and individuals employed. The study aims to provide practical insights on revitalising small retailers in urban and rural areas. The underlying objective is achieved through identifying the main trends, challenges and opportunities faced by small retailers, and outlining what types of good practices have been put into place to support these enterprises in city-centres, including highlights on the situation of small retailers located in rural areas.

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2019
Oktober 2019

In this issue: 

  •  Overview of the Extraordinary Group III meeting in Finland
  •  Empowering Women through International Trade 
  •  Reflections on the EESC media seminar in Malaga
  •  Upcoming events in November: New Role Models for Societies in Europe & Day of the Liberal Professions 
Downloads: 

Diversity Europe Group newsletter - October 2019

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