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Le dialogue du CESE avec les organisations de la société civile en Russie est régi par les cinq principes directeurs des relations UE-Russie, adoptés par les ministres européens des affaires étrangères et la haute représentante pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité. L’un de ces principes est celui du «soutien des contacts interpersonnels».

Le dialogue et l’échange d’expériences entre les représentants de la société civile de l’Union et de Russie constituent une contribution significative à la poursuite de la mise en œuvre du partenariat stratégique UE-Russie. Le CESE a adopté une approche comportant deux volets dans ses relations avec la société civile russe, afin de nouer le dialogue avec un éventail de représentants de la société civile aussi large que possible. Le Comité entretient d’une part des relations avec la Chambre civique de la Fédération de Russie, son homologue officiel russe, et il organise, entres autres, des séminaires annuels conjoints sur des sujets intéressant la société civile des deux parties. D’autre part, le CESE a noué un partenariat avec le forum de la société civile UE-Russie, qui rassemble d’autres organisations de la société civile.

Le comité de suivi «UE-Russie» est un organe interne du CESE, qui agit comme groupe de pilotage et est chargé d’établir et d’entretenir des relations ainsi que d’organiser des réunions et des séminaires conjoints avec la société civile russe.

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24/10/2012
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Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

A lot has happened both in the EU and in the countries of its close neighbourhood since the EU-led Black Sea Synergy initiative providing scope for regional cooperation was launched (in 2008).
A lot has evolved since the last Black Sea NGO Forum took place.
What did not change however is a vital need for civil society active engagement and mobilization of all parts of our societies to act together.

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Staffan Nilsson`s opening speach at the Black Sea NGO Forum 2012

21/09/2012
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Prof. Dr. Marianne HESTER, Professor of Gender, Violence and International Policy at the Bristol University and Member of the Advisory Board of "Women Against Violence Europe" (WAVE)
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Presentation on the occasion of the EESC conference on Eradicating domestic violence, 21 Sep 2012, Brussels

21/09/2012
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Ms Liri KOPACI-Di MICHELE, Head of Council of Europe Division "Gender Equality and Violence against Women"
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Presentation on the occasion of the EESC conference on Eradicating domestic violence, 21 Sep 2012, Brussels

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presentation Liri Kopaci-Di Michele

21/09/2012
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Ms Barbara LIMANOWSKA, Acting Head of Operations & Senior Gender Mainstreaming Expert at the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE)
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Presentation on the occasion of the EESC conference on Eradicating domestic violence, 21 Sep 2012, Brussels

21/09/2012
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Mr Massimo TOSCHI, Programme Manager, Violence Against Women Project Team, EU Fundamental Rights Agency
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Presentation on the occasion of the EESC conference on Eradicating domestic violence, 21 Sep 2012, Brussels

21/09/2012
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Mr Mikael GUSTAFSSON, Chair of the European Parliament Committee "Women Rights and Gender Equality"
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Speech on the occasion of the EESC conference on Eradicating domestic violence, 21 Sep 2012, Brussels

27/04/2012
Presentation
Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

The European Economic and Social Committee is very keen to engage with youth on sustainable development as we are preparing to give input and participate in the UN Conference on Sustainable Development that will take place in 20-22 June in Rio de Janeiro. This Conference is a crucial opportunity to send a clear message for a global change towards a green and sustainable economy and poverty eradication.

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Staffan Nilsson`s welcome speech at "Your Europe Your Say"

24/01/2012
Presentation
Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

Youth unemployment rates are much higher than unemployment rates for all ages. More than 5 million young people in the EU are unemployed today. This means that one in five young people on the labour market cannot find a job.

As President of the European Economic and Social Committee, but also as citizen, I believe that we all must act for that our children can be better off than us. My generation did not get any problem to get a job. Our children meet problems now. It is a great concern for me as a person, as a father and as a grandfather, as well as President of the EESC. And Georgios Dassis, President of the Employees' Group in the EESC, shares this concern. This is the reason why we decided to gather here today. Georgios would agree with me that leaving the young people aside would mean compromising the future of the EU and of our children.

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SN speech 24.01.2012

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