Civil society, cities and regions call for targeted support for their vital contribution to implementation of the Paris Agreement
Without social rights, backed by a sound and sustainable economic basis, the future of Europe will be at stake, says the EESC
A delegation of members of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), led by its President Georges Dassis, will take part in the high-level social summit in Gothenburg on 17 November to voice the EESC's support for the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR), ...
The EESC proposes a debate on an EU Bill of Climate Rights to ensure climate justice at all levels
In March this year, the European Commission (EC) and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) launched a joint European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform. The 24 members forming the coordination group of the platform have now been selected and are preparing for their first meeting on 22 November.
The 2nd meeting of the EU-Chile Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) supported the proposal to negotiate the modernisation of the EU-Chile Association Agreement, noting the importance of consulting civil society.
Europe's shipbuilding industry needs the EU's strategic support. LeaderSHIP 2020 is the right tool, but needs to be reinforced and extended to 2030. Europe must become the frontrunner in research and development regarding challenges such as climate change, energy saving and the greater complexity of vessels, since the maritime industry is crucial to Europe's economic and social future. Clustering would strengthen ...
With just a few weeks to go until the COP23 and the Paris Climate Summit, the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council (ESEC) and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) have established a unique form of cooperation on climate justice issues, in order to use their two opinions to introduce this new concept into the discussions on climate policies. ...
A realistic future for the European Union can only be based on marrying a sound economic basis with a strong social dimension, EESC says
EU Member States must work together and make every effort to achieve common international regulations for truly digital businesses
The European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans thanked the EESC members for their contribution to the Commission's 2018 work programme, which was presented in July 2017. He stressed that the EESC's contribution had had an impact on the programme he would be presenting next week. "We are pleased that you have involved us in the decision-making process but we will be even happier if you involve us even more", commented Georges Dassis, President of the EESC.