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Adopted on 16/07/2009
Reference: 
SOC/333-EESC-2009-1210
Plenary session: 
455 -
Jul 15, 2009 Jul 16, 2009

EESC opinion: Criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible - international protection

Adopted on 28/04/2010
Reference: 
SOC/368-EESC-2010-642
Plenary session: 
462 -
Apr 28, 2010 Apr 29, 2010

EESC opinion: Minimum standards for third country nationals or stateless persons as beneficiaries of international protection (recast)

Adopted on 07/12/2011
Reference: 
SOC/419-EESC-2011-1854
Plenary session: 
476 -
Dec 07, 2011 Dec 08, 2011

The EESC welcomes the fact that the proposals offer citizens who have fallen victim to crime whilst abroad in one Member State the scope to report the crime in their Member State of residence. This is particularly important in cases of serious injury or accident, or for the family, in case of a fatality. The EESC supports the directive's horizontal approach, covering rights for all victim and underline the importance of recognising the suffering and challenges faced by the family of the victim, as well as the victim themselves.

EESC opinion: Victims' rights in the EU

Adopted on 28/04/2010
Reference: 
SOC/369-EESC-2010-643
Plenary session: 
462 -
Apr 28, 2010 Apr 29, 2010

EESC opinion: Minimum standards on procedures in Member States for granting and withdrawing international protection (recast)

Adopted on 21/01/2014
Reference: 
SOC/480-EESC-2013-2138
Plenary session: 
495 -
Jan 21, 2014 Jan 22, 2014

Five years into the economic and financial crisis which spread from the United States to engulf Europe, it is all the more necessary to carry out a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the shadow economy and undeclared work in the European Union. The EESC calls for the fight against the shadow economy also to look beyond EU borders and for corporate social responsibility to be applied where minimum decent working standards are lacking in third countries subcontracting for EU companies.

EESC opinion: A strategy against the shadow economy and undeclared work

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