EESC Info

  • In this issue:

    • The EESC discusses the priorities of the Czech EU presidency and the right energy mix for Europe's future
    • EESC calls for consistent and tough sanctions on employers of illegally staying migrants
    • Antisemitism is a test of the European idea
    • EESC's Consultative Commission on Industrial Change to celebrate its 20th anniversary
    • The EESC shows its solidarity and unity with Ukraine
    • EESC members speak out
    • David Stulík: An unprecedented wave of solidarity and support for Ukraine
    • Tetyana Ogarkova: Vladimir Putin's last war

     

  • In this issue:

    • Europe is not safe without a safe and secure Ukraine
    • The unfolding aggression directed at Ukraine calls for further strengthening of the EU project
    • Industrial policy: sustainability must go hand in hand with competitiveness and strategic autonomy
    • We need to walk together on this long road towards gender equality
  • In this issue:

    • In the European Year of Youth 2022, we should ensure tangible and lasting outcomes for all young Europeans
    • EESC backs priorities of French presidency of the Council
    • Sufficient, sustainable and accessible quality care for older people is vital
    • EESC: The EU should crack down on breaches of the rule of law

     

    • The 2021 EESC Civil Society Prize on climate action goes to the Belgian association "Grandparents for the Climate"
    • Did you know...? Interesting facts about the EESC Civil Society Prize winners
    • In the winners' words: interviews with all the winners
  • In this issue:

    • EU fight against disinformation must target propagators and protect fundamental rights
    • Turning recovery into a success: the EESC underlines the key role of organised civil society
    • European Year of Youth 2022: Focus on the results, not the hype
    • EESC asks the European Commission to be more ambitious in efforts to steer the EU economy and finance towards sustainability
  • In this issue:

    • Mathew Caruana Galizia: I try to make sure that my mother did not die for nothing
    • Sophia Wiegand: COP26 disappointed the young, but did not take away hope
    • Violations of Schengen area freedoms and rights need to be addressed
    • Reversing the negative trends in the rule of law across the EU through civil society
    • 5G – EESC urges Commission to further assess impact on human health and the environment
  • In this issue:

    • Cohesion must be at the heart of post-pandemic Europe, say Commissioner Elisa Ferreira and EESC president Christa Schweng
    • Media freedom must stay at the top of our agendas
    • On the first EU "organic day", the EESC stresses the importance of more sustainable, fairer and more inclusive food systems
    • AI in Europe: not all decisions can be reduced to ones and zeros
  • In this issue:

    • AI: while 18% of the world's top-tier researchers are European only 10% work in Europe
    • Frans Timmermans meets European youth leaders at the EESC
    • Ending poverty for European children needs a whole-society approach
    • Roaming: the EESC calls for a single tariff zone across the EU
  • In this issue:

    • The Conference on the Future of Europe: EESC consultations will reach every corner of Europe
    • The Slovenian EU Presidency comes at a critical time for Europe
    • "The European Green Deal will be just, or will just not be"
    • Recovery and reconstruction after the pandemic must be the priority for the future of Europe