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U izradi (updated on 20/05/2019)
Referentni dokument: 
SC/53-EESC-2019
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
547 -
Oct 30, 2019 Oct 31, 2019

The proposed opinion will look at new approaches to more fairly distributing the burden of transformation towards a sustainable Europe.

Information memo: Leaving no one behind when implementing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda (own-initiative opinion)

Usvojeno on 15/05/2019
Referentni dokument: 
CCMI/165-EESC-2018
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
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May 15, 2019 May 16, 2019

According to Eurostat forecasts (2015), over the coming decades, Europe’s population will grow slowly from 507 million people in 2013 to 526 million in 2035. This will be accompanied by substantial ageing: the section of the population aged 65+ should increase from 18% to 28%. And by 2060 the 65+ age group will number 149 million.

EESC opinion: Economic, technological and social changes in advanced health services for the elderly (own-initiative opinion)

Usvojeno on 15/05/2019
Referentni dokument: 
SOC/611-EESC-2018
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
543 -
May 15, 2019 May 16, 2019

The objective of the opinion, requested by the Romanian Presidency, is to explore which measures and initiatives should be taken at EU and national level in order to promote organised philanthropy and eliminate barriers within the internal market that are hindering the realisation of its full potential, so as to maximize its contribution to EU values, such as cohesion, social justice and European Policies, and to the competitiveness of the European economy.
The opinion is expected to feed into the Romanian presidency programme and into the political priorities for the new Commission.

Usvojeno on 15/05/2019
Referentni dokument: 
INT/876-EESC-2018-05252-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
543 -
May 15, 2019 May 16, 2019

With this opinion the EESC welcomes the Commission's strong message on reinforcing the Single Market and the need for commitment from all Member States and citizens. The EESC calls for a Single Market that must be perceived as an opportunity to reassert European values, fundamental rights and duties to achieve progress and welfare for all Member States and citizens. Values like liberty, economic growth, democracy, peace, science and innovation, political stability, consumers and social rights must be present in citizens' mindset as a result of a process that started 60 years ago.

EESC opinion: Single Market Communication

U izradi (updated on 16/05/2019)
Referentni dokument: 
NAT/765-EESC-2019
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
547 -
Oct 30, 2019 Oct 31, 2019

The EESC is currently drafting an opinion that aims to define what "the sustainable economy we need" should look like by exploring new economic models, investment decisions vis-à-vis technological advances as well as novel indicators for growth and competitiveness. 

Information memo: The sustainable economy we need (own-initiative opinion)

Usvojeno on 15/03/2018
Referentni dokument: 
SOC/568-EESC-2017-05563-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
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Mar 14, 2018 Mar 15, 2018

Social sustainability is achieved through the reaffirmation of the role and value of the European social model, which represents the identity and specificity of our continent and which guarantees high social protection and citizenship rights for all. There is a clear connection between competitiveness, productivity and social sustainability: all stakeholders must commit themselves to promoting inclusive growth and at the same time foster conditions that are favourable for the world of enterprise, with the aim of creating more and better jobs.

EESC opinion: A socially sustainable concept for the digital era

Usvojeno on 23/05/2018
Referentni dokument: 
SOC/572-EESC-2018-00300-00-01-AC-TRA
Plenarno zasjedanje: 
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May 23, 2018 May 24, 2018

The EESC supports transparent and predictable working conditions for all workers, including in atypical employment, as a concrete step towards implementing the European Social Pillar. The definition of worker and employer should be clarified in the Commission's proposal and on-demand workers be guaranteed a minimum number of hours or pay. The EESC finds the provisions relating to minimum requirements relating to working conditions acceptable, but recommends clarification of certain aspects, recommending a strong role for social dialogue and that responsibility be left up to the national level.

EESC opinion: Working conditions directive

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