Opinions with Diversity Europe - Group III members as rapporteur/co-rapporteur/rapporteur-general

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Hyväksytyt on 23/05/2018
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INT/785-EESC-2017-04769-00-01-AC-TRA

The EESC considers that social economy enterprises have a fundamental role since they are active in four key aspects of the migrant integration process: health and assistance, housing, training and education, as well as work and active inclusion. It believes that social economy enterprises can encourage and support not just the creation of new jobs, but also entrepreneurship and access to economic activities for migrants and refugees. It therefore asks the European institutions to prioritise policies geared towards social economy enterprises, a request it also made in its contribution to the Commission's 2018 work programme.

ETSK:n lausunto: Social economy enterprises as a driver for migrant integration (own-initiative opinion)

Hyväksytyt on 23/05/2018
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NAT/730-EESC-2018-00505

The Commission will prepare an action plan with a view to improve duty-holder compliance, which is meant to lead to a more level playing field for businesses and improved trust amongst Member States,

ETSK:n lausunto: Actions to improve environmental compliance and governance (Communication)

Hyväksytyt on 19/04/2018
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TEN/657-EESC-2018
Täysistunto: 
534 - Apr 19, 2018

The European Economic and Social Committee welcomes the opportunity to provide an opinion on the Third report on State of the Energy Union by the European Commission, as it did before for the first and second reports. As expressed in previous opinions, the EESC strongly supports the idea of a European Energy Union and would like to stress that the Energy Union is not only relevant to sectoral policies such as energy, transport and climate but offers opportunities to make Europe more democratic, more cohesive, more competitive, and more just.

ETSK:n lausunto: Third report on the State of the Energy Union

Hyväksytyt on 14/03/2018
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INT/836-EESC-2017-05365-00-00-AC-TRA

Illegal online content is a complex and cross-cutting issue that needs to be tackled from a range of perspectives, both in terms of assessing its impact and harmonising the way it is dealt with in the legal framework of the Member States.

ETSK:n lausunto: Tackling Illegal Content Online – Towards an enhanced responsibility of online platforms (Communication)

Hyväksytyt on 14/03/2018
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SOC/558-EESC-2017-00759-00-01-AC-TRA

This opinion is on the revision of the Guidelines for the employment policies of the Member States, which provide common priorities and targets for employment policies of the Member States.

The European Commission has proposed to amend the 2015 Guidelines, to align the text with the principles of the European pillar of social rights.

They are adopted in the context of the European Employment Strategy, and form, together with the Guidelines for the Economic Policies of the Member States and of the EU, the Integrated Guidelines.

ETSK:n lausunto: Employment guidelines

Hyväksytyt on 14/03/2018
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ECO/442-EESC-2017-05392-00-00-ac-tra

 

The EESC welcomes the Commission's proposal for a definitive VAT system and calls upon the Member States to cooperate closely for reaching the agreement regarding the new system. The Committee stresses that the quick fixes proposed by the Commission are important as intermediary steps for the functioning of the VAT system and encourages the Member States to adopt the quick fixes for all businesses.

ETSK:n lausunto: VAT package (I)

Hyväksytyt on 14/02/2018
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TEN/646-EESC-2017
Täysistunto: 
532 -
Feb 14, 2018 Feb 15, 2018

The EESC considers that ENISA's new permanent mandate as proposed by the Commission will significantly contribute to enhancing the resilience of European systems. However, the accompanying provisional budget and resources allocated to ENISA will not be sufficient for the agency to fulfil its mandate.

The EESC recommends to all Member States to establish a clear and equivalent counterpart to ENISA, as most of them have not done it yet.

The EESC also feels that, ENISA should prioritise actions to support e-government, should provide regular reports on the cyber-readiness of Member States focusing on sectors identified in Annex II to the NIS Directive and monitor the performance and decision-making of national certification supervisory authorities.

The EESC supports the proposal to create a cybersecurity competence network sustained by a Cybersecurity Research and Competence Centre (CRCC).

ETSK:n lausunto: Cybersecurity Act

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