On 27 November, the EESC hosted an event on Liberal Professions, focusing on Sustainable Transformation of Professional Features. The event, entitled Liberal Professions 4.0.: Sustainable Transformation of Professional Features, aimed to gain fresh insight regarding a future-proof definition of the liberal professions in a digitalised professional world. Learn more about the content of this event and have a read at a few interesting quotes through the press release of the Diversity Europe Group !
A strong CAP policy, with a strong CAP budget based on the European Model of Agriculture an Food production, supporting an economically socially and environmentally sustainable European agriculture policy and farming sector involving the highest standards, and contributing to ensuring a competitive agricultural sector, is very important for the European Union and all its citizens.
The Diversity Europe Group recently organised a structured brainstorming session aiming at encouraging its Members to think out of the box and to come up with ideas to feed into proposals for the Sibiu Summit on the Future of Europe. This session kick-started our Group's contribution to the EESC Roadmap 'From Cracow to Sibiu and beyond'.
With emerging populism, new challenges to democracies and the rise of fake news and scandal-oriented journalism, civic space is shrinking. This confronts civil society organisations to new challenges requiring shifting roles & strategies. This study has been presented during our Group III Extraordinary meeting on 15 February 2018.