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18/07/2013

The aim of this report is to assess the whole issue of self-regulation and co-regulation in the context of the European Union and think about, in particular, what qualitative criteria are needed for a reliable and effective implementation of these participatory standard-setting instruments, which illustrate the role that civil society can actually play in the legislative process.

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EESC report: European Self- and Co-Regulation

10/03/2016
Georges Dassis - President of the EESC
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Georges Dassis speech

10/03/2016
Petra De Groene, Director - Competition and Consumers, Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs
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Petra de Groene speech

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This integrated report assembles inputs from the national Economic and Social Councils (and the Liaison Group, an NGO umbrella organisation) and gives an overview of the involvement of organised civil society in the European Semester, highlighting the different ways in which organised civil society interacts with governments in the framework of the European Semester. The purpose is to make the Semester more democratic and more efficient, by identifying problem areas and disseminating best practices across the entire European Union.

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