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May 2018

In this issue:

  • rEUnaissance: The new president of the EESC vows to revive civic engagement for a sustainable Europe
  • Spanish member Isabel Caño Aguilar elected as EESC vice-president for communication
  • Bulgarian member Milena Angelova is new EESC vice-president for budget
  • More women in EESC leadership roles
  • EESC Leadership - new organisational chart
May 2018

In this issue:

  • Rethink plastic: behaviour change needs strong legislative framework and viable alternatives
  • ECI Day calls for genuine citizen participation
  • Quality apprenticeships in Europe: let apprentices have a say
  • Integration of  Western Balkans countries should remain a top EU priority
April 2018

In this issue:

  • Your Europe, Your Say 2018: Inspiring ideas for finding unity in diverse European culture
  • In the students' own words
  • Your Europe, Your Say – Fact and figures
April 2018

In this issue:

  • EESC backs Commissioner Ansip's outline of forthcoming Artificial Intelligence strategy
  • "ECI must become a powerful tool for citizen participation"
  • What is not allowed in the real world, must also be a no-go in the virtual world
  • EESC calls for momentum to be maintained in Banking Union implementation
March 2018

In this issue:

  • Turkey's role in the refugee crisis is crucial, but there is room for improvement
  • The EU must take action as regards the medical technology sector
  • EESC invited to take part in Emmanuel Macron's European citizen consultations project
February 2018

In this issue:

  • EESC urges to swiftly adopt the Commission proposal on safeguarding competition in air transport
  • EESC consults civil society on cybersecurity
  • "Made in Europe" must be on equal footing with competitors on European market
January 2018

In this issue:

  • The EESC prize will help to open many new doors, says first prize winner Discovering hands
  • Now we have the credentials to win the private sector's support and set off a chain reaction, says REvive Greece
  • DUO for a JOB: It is high time to act so that everyone can find his or her right place in our societies through work
  • The Civil Society Prize will be our launch pad to Europe, says Progetto Quid
  • Laundry ID: Innovation must come from the real needs of dependent individuals
January 2018

In this issue:

  • European Civil Society rewards genuine entrepreneurship and quality employment champions
  • Politics and society have a shared responsibility to combat youth radicalisation
  • The EU needs a comprehensive food policy
October 2017

IN THIS ISSUE: More unity, solidarity and competitiveness, and no second-class citizens; Loss of biodiversity endangers our livelihood; The EESC calls on the Commission to better promote the EU’s sugar industry; Over 100 bids entered for EESC 2017 Civil Society Prize.

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