Citizenship

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03/05/2012
by Prof. em. Dr. Valters Nollendorfs (Chairman of the Board Occupation Museum Association of Latvia Occupation Museum Association of Latvia)
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Presentation on the occasion of the EESC hearing on the Europe for Citizens Programme for 2014-2020 (Brussels, 3 May 2012)

21/06/2011
Jenny Pearce (National Working Group for sexually exploited children and young people)
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Presentation by Jenny Pearce (National Working Group for sexually exploited children and young people) on the occasion of the EESC hearing on 'Protection of children against sexual abuse'

10/09/2012
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Staffan Nilsson
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EESC

We were all happy when the European Commission designated 2013 as the European Year of Citizens. Citizens play a central role in Europe’s future and integration. What could be more appropriate and timely to dedicate a European Year to them?

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Staffan Nilsson's opening remarks at the Liaison Group meeting

22/01/2013
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Staffan Nilsson
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EESC

It has never been so important as it is now to put citizens and European citizenship at the heart of the EU agenda. And indeed, as the title of this conference says, we must make the most of the European Year of Citizens.
Citizenship has been central to the development of the EU project; it is the very essence of our democracy; it is linked to the idea that the European Union works when we enjoy certain rights and when we accept certain obligations to one another and to future generations.

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Staffan Nilsson`s speech at the opening conference of the European Year of Citizens 2013

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In 2004 the European Union experienced its biggest enlargement so far, welcoming 10 new Member States. A decade later, members of the Employers' Group representing employers' organisations from these countries summarise the changes that have taken place thanks to accession to the EU.

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