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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.

Within the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the European Economic and Social Committee is hosting the exhibition "The Cyrillic Alphabet – The New Alphabet in the European Union".

The exhibition consists of a collection of graphic art posters created by students of the Department of Book and Printed Graphics of the Bulgaria's National Academy of Art in 2007, on the occasion of the country's accession to the EU.

24/05/2018 25/05/2018
Citizenship, Democracy & Culture in digitalised Europe

This year's Civil Society Days will take place right after the plenary session at which the European Economic and Social Committee celebrates its 60th anniversary.

The focus of this Civil Society Days will be on fostering the current debate about the future of Europe and on highlighting the role across Europe of the civil society organisations which come together in the EESC to represent "Europe at work".
In line with this twofold emphasis, the CivSocDays 2018 will address Europe at work in relation to a dimension which has permeated our everyday working and living environment and will affect and shape our future, as well as the future of Europe: the digital world.

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2017
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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.

Published in: 
2017
2

This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.

Published in: 
2017
6

This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the exhibitions organized by the EESC.

07/09/2017

The event will focus on the role of civil society in preventing radicalisation of young people. The debates will serve to clarify how EU policy-makers can help civil society practitioners to successfully prevent radicalisation. The first panel will cover different elements of anti-radicalisation policy, focusing on what is needed to increase success rates. The second panel will focus on the role of education in preventing radicalisation. Participants will share their view on what can be done to render more effective existing civil society initiatives aiming to prevent radicalisation.

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