The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will continue changing our lives. It's up to us to see this as an opportunity to make positive and sustainable changes. The pandemic could give rise to a real European civil society, a joint understanding of obligations, duties and rights, and a common understanding of European citizenship. This can start by eradicating all the old but common prejudices about each other in the various Member States.
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The list of new work appointments for December 2019 and the most recent list of ongoing EESC work are available for download.
HOTREC Hospitality Europe interviewed Mr Gajdosik (Vice-President of our Group) to discuss the 2019 EESC opinion on International Trade & Tourism on which he was rapporteur.
Have a read at the main conclusions of the report and the recommendations to be addressed to the hospitality and tourism sector!
The Spanish version of the study entitled ‘Best practices in public policies regarding the European Social Economy post the economic crisis’ has been released and is now available !
On 13 November, the Liberal Profession Category of the EESC held the 5th edition of the Day of the Liberal Professions. This year the event focused on Trust in liberal professions in the age of digitalisation and artificial intelligence. Discussions were divided into three panels covering: Consumer protection, healthcare and digital health - Skills and training – Regulation. Have a read!
On 12 November the Diversity Europe Group of the EESC organised a high level conference entitled 'New Role Models for Societies in Europe'. Have a read !
The list of new work appointments for October 2019 and the most recent list of ongoing EESC work are available for download.
The list of new work appointments for September 2019 and the most recent list of ongoing EESC work are available for download.