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09/02/2016
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08/2016

Georges Dassis, President of the European Economic and Social Committee, will express the support of European civil society for the political priorities of the Dutch presidency during his visit to The Netherlands on Wednesday 10 February.

He is scheduled to meet with Ms Jetta Klijnsma, State Secretary for Social Affairs and Employment, to discuss the priorities of the EESC during the Dutch Presidency term, notably concerning a number of referrals for EESC opinions on Europe's social issues.

26/01/2016
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06/2016

Safeguarding the values and achievements of the European Union, such as freedom of movement under the Schengen agreements and social progress, topped the agenda for talks between Georges Dassis (European Economic and Social Committee) and Martin Schulz (European Parliament).

20/01/2016
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03/2016

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has pronounced itself in favour of a simple, transparent and standardised securitisation system in Europe. While Europe is still feeling the aftershock of the 2008 financial crisis, triggered by an uncontrolled and runaway securitisation system in the US, why is this now back on the table? Because a new securitisation system in Europe can still be secure, given certain conditions, and can create growth through the unlocking of additional credit.

18/01/2016
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02/2016

On 14-15 January, four projects funded by the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development held a conference in Brussels, co-hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee, to present their findings, conceptual developments, concrete messages and policy recommendations on Responsible Research and Innovation.

16/12/2015
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77/2015

A civil society delegation from the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) today began a series of 12 country visits with a three day visit to Greece in order to hear first-hand from civil society organisations working on the ground with the migration and refugee situation. The delegation will gather information in order to inform possible coping strategies for the influx of refugees and to establish a set of best practices and policies which can contribute to a seamless process of reception, relocation or integration of refugees.

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