The EESC is organizing together with CEDEFOP a Policy learning forum (PLF) on 5-6 November 2020. The event aims at bringing together governments, social partners and civil society to help each other in the definition and implementation of the Council recommendation ‘Upskilling pathways: new opportunities for adults’ adopted in December 2016. This year's PLF follows on successful similar events of 2018 and 2019 being part of a series of events aiming to create a platform for mutual learning on upskilling adults with low level of skills.
The annual Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference, jointly organised by the European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee, is an opportunity for stakeholders to meet, nurture their networks, share ideas and learn about the new EU policy developments on circular economy. The 2020 edition will be digital with a focus on renewal as we emerge from the COVID pandemic.
On 30 October 2020 the European Economic and Social Committee and the European Parliament are organising a virtual half-day conference on New challenges and opportunities for EU industry during the COVID-19 crisis.
14th meeting of the EU Advisory Group for the EU-Colombia, Peru and Ecuador Free Trade Agreement
Inaugural plenary session (Term of office 2020-2025), with a debate on “Recovery for the future of Europe – The role of the European Economic and Social Committee”, with David Maria SASSOLI, Charles MICHEL, Ursula VON DER LEYEN, Apostolos TZITZIKOSTAS, Geert PAUWELS, Luca VISENTINI, and Jeremy WATES.
Representatives of the two Domestic Advisory Groups (DAGs) from the EU and Ukraine will hold their fourth joint meeting via a video conference on 28 October 2020.
The 9th meeting of the EU Domestic Advisory Group under the EU-Ukraine DCFTA will take place via a video conference on 22 October 2020. Please click on the programme tab to consult the topics on the agenda.
Representatives of the two Domestic Advisory Groups (DAG) from the EU and Moldova held the fifth joint meeting via video conference on 15 October 2020.
Rewarding solidarity initiatives to tackle the Covid-19 emergency and its consequences in Europe
The Civil Soidarity Prize will reward up to 29 not-for-profit initiatives carried out by natural persons, civil society organisations or private companies which aim to tackle the Covid-19 crisis and its manifold consequences.
The event will explore the potential of communities to revive local economies as we emerge from the pandemic, but in a way that also takes account of the deepening climate and ecological emergency and the urgent need for a deeper societal transformation.