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01/04/2022
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An interview with Nicoletta MERLO, one of the youngest members of the EESC. She is National Head of Youth Policies for CISL, one of the largest Italian trade union confederations, and represents her confederation on the Italian National Youth Council. In 2017 she started a European experience in the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), which led her to be elected, in 2019, as a member of the Bureau of the ETUC Youth Committee.

04/03/2022
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Des organisations de la société civile venues de toute l’Europe et rassemblées en conférence à Paris ont lancé un appel en faveur de transitions climatique et énergétique qui soient justes, équitables et inclusives, et qui fassent participer les citoyens, les organisations de la société civile — et tout particulièrement les jeunes. Elles estiment que le dialogue, la coopération et la coordination à tous les niveaux constituent une...

02/03/2022
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An interview with Florian MARIN, member of the NAT section of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) from the workers' group (GR-II) since 2020. He represents the Federation of Free Trade Union in Romania, of which he's the president. His work focuses, among others, on topics such as rural and sustainable development, sustainable food systems, circular economy and deforestation.

02/03/2022
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The rules of Solvency II, the 2009 EU regulatory framework for insurance firms, have proved their worth but need to be adapted to new circumstances. In an opinion adopted at its plenary session on 23 February, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) welcomed the initiative of the European Commission (EC) to revamp Solvency II. The Committee stresses the considerable interest of civil society in ensuring the stability of the financial sector, and therefore calls for sound capital requirements and risk preparedness in the insurance sector.

30/07/2021
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La nouvelle stratégie de l’UE pour l’adaptation au changement climatique constitue une étape cruciale vers la neutralité et la résilience climatiques d’ici à 2050. La société civile européenne soutient fermement l’engagement de la Commission d’intensifier ses efforts en matière de prise en compte du changement climatique, de renforcement de la résilience, de prévention et de préparation à ce changement. Les inondations survenues en Europe occidentale, quelques semaines après une vague de chaleur record aux États-Unis et au Canada, nous rappellent à nouveau le rythme dévastateur de ce changement.

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