The European Economic and Social Committee Information Centre
The EESC Information Centre provides librarian services in issues relevant to the EESC's activities.
Our multilingual collection (around 20.000 volumes) has a unique fund devoted to civil society. It is equally focused on agricultural policy ; free movement of persons and services ; transport policy ; harmonization of indirect taxation ; approximation of laws for the internal market ; employment policy ; social policy, education, vocational training and youth ; public health ; consumer protection ; trans-European networks ; industrial policy ; economic, social and territorial cohesion ; research and technological development and space ; international relations and environment.
We also have at your disposal around 300 periodicals regarding the different fields of activity of the EESC, which can be consulted in paper version at the Information Centre reading room and/or on-line.
Who can use the Information Centre?
- Members of the Committee, their experts and assistants
- Civil servants, temporary agents and trainees of the Committee and any other EU institution, body or agency
- External visitors
Our services and facilities
We aim to provide fast access to information and to answer your information requests as effectively as possible.
For this purpose we have placed at your disposal:
- assistance in your information search by qualified staff
- a reference collection, pcs and wi-fi connection
- services as loans, photocopies, etc.
- remote access via the intranet
The reading room is open from Monday to Friday : 9.00 to 12.30
and on Monday and Wednesday : 13.30 to 17.00
We remain at your disposal for loan and search requests. Feel free to visit us in our office JDE 1048
The Information Centre is also open to specialists and researchers (professionals, staff from organizations of the civil society, local offices, civil servants from EU member countries, university students, etc.). The loan to this category of users is not allowed. Before visiting us, external visitors must first contact the Information Centre.
Jacque Delors Building
Belliard street, 99 -1st. floor
(Metro line 1 and 5 – Maelbeek station. Bus 27 - Stop Parc Léopold)
Phone: +32 (0)2 546 97 94
Fax: + 32 (0)2 282 21 53