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Odnosi između EU-a i njegovih južnih susjeda jedan su od naših prioriteta. Naš rad obuhvaća širok raspon područja, kao što je sudjelovanje civilnog društva u političkom i građanskom dijalogu, demokratska tranzicija, zapošljavanje mladih, održivi razvoj, mobilnost i migracija, trgovina, energija iz obnovljivih izvora i razvoj poslovanja.

EGSO radi na tim temama od 1995. godine. Nakon promjena u regiji 2010. godine prilagodili smo svoje ciljeve na odgovarajući način kako bismo:

  • pružali potporu organizacijama civilnog društva u zemljama u tranziciji. Takva je potpora osobito usmjerena na sindikate i organizacije poslodavaca te udruge žena, mladih i poljoprivrednika;
  • održavali bilateralne odnose s nacionalnim gospodarskim i socijalnim vijećima u regiji te radili na stvaranju uvjeta za uključivanje civilnog društva u politički dijalog u južnim partnerskim zemljama;
  • izrađivali mišljenja i/ili zajednička izvješća o ključnim političkim izazovima s kojima se regija suočava;
  • održavali redovite sastanke s europskim institucijama i međunarodnim organizacijama na kojima se raspravlja o politikama u vezi s civilnim društvom diljem regije;
  • organizirali godišnji sastanak na vrhu gospodarskih i socijalnih vijeća te sličnih institucija na kojemu se tvorcima politika iz nacionalnih vlada i EU-a predstavljaju ključne političke preporuke o glavnim izazovima u regiji.
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27/11/2018
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Education and vocational training in the Euro-Mediterranean region

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In November 1995, at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference in Barcelona, foreign affairs ministers of the EU and Mediterranean partner countries concluded a regional partnership, the aim of which was to establish a common area of peace and stability, create an area of shared prosperity, develop human resources, promote understanding between cultures and foster exchanges between civil societies.

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15/12/2017
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Final declaration
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Final Declaration

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In November 1995, at the Euro-Mediterranean Conference in Barcelona, foreign affairs ministers of the EU and Mediterranean partner countries concluded a regional partnership, the aim of which was to establish a common area of peace and stability, create an area of shared prosperity, develop human resources, promote understanding between cultures and foster exchanges between civil societies. The Barcelona process was born and provided the foundation for broader cooperation across the Mediterranean.

 

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2014
05/04/2013
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Staffan Nilsson
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EESC

Welcome to this Medina Session on 'Integrating Civil Society in policy-making'. This session has been organised by the European Economic and Social Committee, but as you can see it also involves many notable guest speakers from a variety of civil society organisations who will share their experiences with us.….I shall not name you all because I think it is important we move to the discussion but you shall all have the opportunity to take the floor.

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Staffan Nilsson`s opening speech at the Anna Lindh Forum 2013

17/10/2012
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Staffan Nilsson
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EESC

The Jordanian ESC is playing a crucial role in what is a crucial country in the region. Jordan is a country facing many challenges. But we know from the past that it has the resourcefulness to positively embrace such challenges. Proof of this is the fact that is has now taken over the Co-Presidency of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM).

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Staffan Nilsson`s opening speech at the Amman summit

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