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April 2021
  • #YEYS2021: Europe's young generation takes up the challenge of climate
  • The EESC's central role is fully recognised by the Conference on the Future of Europe
  • EESC delves into the challenges of teleworking
  • It is high time to scale up European action on disability policies
March 2021

In this issue:

  • Conference on the Future of Europe: EESC is committed to actively contributing to the success of the Conference
  • Not just green and digital: the future of Europe must also be more democratic
  • Developing a more resilient and effective rail system
  • EESC pledges to deliver a substantial contribution on the Commission's new initiatives
March 2021
  • STORY ON EACH WINNING PROJECT IN THEIR OWN LANGUAGE EDITION  
  • PODCAST FEATURING OUR CROSS BORDER WINNER "EMERGENCY": WITHOUT SOLIDARITY, WHERE WOULD YOU BE NOW?
  • Did you know...? Interesting facts about the EESC Civil Solidarity Prize winners
  • In the winners' words: interviews with all the winners

 

February 2021
  • The time has come to deliver and give the word "community" new meaning
  • EU to closely monitor implementation of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
  • Poverty in the EU could be halved by 2030, the EESC hears
  • New Migration Pact: "The devil is in the detail"
January 2021

In this issue:

  • EESC welcomes prominent Irish disability advocate Sinéad Burke
  • 2021-2027 EU budget – EESC pleased to see views of civil society having an impact
  • #DigitalServicesAct, #DigitalMarketsAct: Time for our democracy to catch up with technology
  • New EU Pact on Migration and Asylum: a missed opportunity for a much-needed fresh start
December 2020

In this issue:

  • European Circular Economy Platform set to move up a gear as it enters second term
  • The EESC addresses shortcomings in the integration of migrant women and children
  • A prosperous, inclusive and sustainable Europe at the heart of the EESC's new presidential programme
  • Recovery funds and the budget cannot be held hostage!
November 2020

In this issue:

  • EESC elects Austria's Christa Schweng to its top post
  • Christa Schweng: "The input of civil society is a must to shape Europe for the better"
  • Cillian Lohan: "We need leadership that we can trust"
  • Giulia Barbucci: "It is essential to maintain sound and transparent budget management"
  • Record numbers of new and female members join the EESC
October 2020

In this issue:

  • EESC term of office kicks off with over 40% new members
  • After the youth climate strikes it's time to give youth a seat at the table
  • EESC gives its say on the need for an EU instrument for minimum wages
  • COVID-19 is a ticking time bomb for Europe's tourism industry
September 2020
  • EU gender equality strategy must not fail to address the damaging effects of the COVID-19 crisis on women
  • Artificial Intelligence: EU law should set safe boundaries for high-risk applications
  • Global warming: EESC calls for new tax measures to reduce CO2
  • Coronavirus crisis: EESC says EU companies should rethink their business model
July 2020
  • The Grassroots View - Episode 8 : When the world of work comes tumbling down
  • 'Dessine-moi...' - series of articles
  • EESC to award Civil Solidarity Prize to projects fighting coronavirus in each Member State and the UK
  • Expectations are running high as Germany takes over the EU presidency

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