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March 2020
  • ECI Day 2020: activists call for "meaningful" public involvement in Conference on Future of Europe
  • The European Parliament must insist on a strong EU budget for 2021-2027
  • Disability strategy for the next decade: EU should lead the way in promoting progressive policies
  • Unmask your food, says Europeans Citizens' Initiative "Eat Original"
February 2020
  • Brexit: The EESC pays tribute to its British members: "Ceci n'est qu'un au revoir, mes amis"
  • End the Cage Age
  • The priorities of Croatia’s EU presidency command our support
  • Green future: Europe has to show the way and lead by example
January 2020

In this issue:

  • What's in a name: fighting the gender gap through toponymy
  • NAIA: "Domestic violence is a social problem, not a private one"
  • #mimmitkoodaa: infiltrating a stronghold of gender segregation – the IT industry
  • The Brussels Binder: changing the face of Brussels panels
January 2020

In this issue:

  • Andrew Caruana Galizia: "We need to work together to make sure that European values are upheld"
  • EESC concerned over outcome of COP25
  • Luca Jahier: "The future of Africa is the future of Europe"
  • It is time to reinforce environmental criminal law
December 2019

In this issue:

  • "Brexit is just a stage, not a final destination"
  • Culture can be a driver for strengthening the EU
  • "A geo-strategic and historic mistake"
  • EU rights and citizenship should not be for sale
October 2019

In this issue:

  • "We need a coalition of forces for change," says European Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly
  • The UN Global Compact for Migration is fully in line with EU values
  • Better communication about Europe was at the heart of the 13th Civil Society Media Seminar
  • EESC reiterates its call for a stronger architecture of the European Monetary Union
August 2019

In this issue:

  • Finnish EU presidency presents programme based on sustainability and wellbeing;
  • Conny Reuter, co-chair of the EESC Liaison Group: "We are here to promote civil dialogue in a progressive and inclusive Europe";
  • European agriculture should move in the direction of agroecology;
  • Circular Economy: time to unleash the power of consumers;
  • Without a strong European battery industry, car manufacturers may leave the EU.
July 2019

In this issue:

  • Civil Society Days cautiously optimistic about sustainability of democracy in Europe
  • EESC calls for socially fair energy transition and permanent dialogue with citizens
  • Grand Départ of the Tour de France - EESC hosts event on clean mobility
  • Media should let go of a charity approach to disability
June 2019

Also in this issue:

  • The fight against antisemitism is also a fight for a democratic, value-based Europe 
  • EESC puts forward proposal to enhance SMEs' contribution to the bioeconomy
  • Artificial intelligence in Europe: no one must be left behind
  • Europe's civil society calls for political commitment to achieving equal treatment of men and women
May 2019

In this issue:

  • Millions of citizens with disabilities will not be able to cast their ballots in European elections
  • EESC puts forward blueprint for Future of Europe
  • EESC calls for action to uphold democracy amid alarming reports from EU civil society
  • The White Dove way - EESC proposes a plan to make EU the peace-building leader both in Europe and globally

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