Presidente del CESE
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European civil society organisations must be equal partners in the post-COVID recovery journey for a sustainable future. Civil society organisations have been at the forefront of the response to the global COVID-19 health crisis, supporting the most vulnerable and ensuring that people's basic needs are met in a challenging reality – even at the risk of the health of their own employees and volunteers. We have seen ...
The EESC gives its full support to EU negotiator and calls for a consensus-building attitude
With the third round of future relationship negotiations with the United Kingdom ongoing, EU civil society is united in calling for collective responsibility to incentivise both sides to reach a deal and prevent damaging even further our chances for a recovery in the post-Covid era.
"La pace mondiale non potrà essere salvaguardata se non con sforzi creativi, proporzionali ai pericoli che la minacciano.
Settanta anni fa, un gruppo di visionari ha posto le premesse per la ricostruzione economica, sociale e morale post bellica, dando vita al più grandioso progetto di progresso della storia dell’umanità.
“Fare l’Europa è fare la pace. È far lavorare insieme gli uomini oltre ogni frontiera” Ma come diceva Churchill, di ideali la politica si nutre, ma poi ha bisogno di rotte, scelte, regole e Istituzioni comuni.
La Dichiarazione Schuman è il più alto Manifesto politico dell’era moderna, basato su progressive realizzazioni concrete, fondate sulla “solidarietà di fatto”.
Tomorrow's EU-Western Balkans Summit can only underline once and for all that the effective enlargement of the European Union and the promotion of its values in the countries of the region ensure security, enhance social and economic development, consolidate democracy and the rule of law in Europe.
In vista del voto odierno al Parlamento europeo su una risoluzione forte che dovrebbe costituire la base per la riunione dei capi di Stato e di governo
The response to the COVID-19 crisis has had a negative impact on a number of fundamental rights. The unavoidable lockdowns have restricted our freedom of movement and cross-border travel. Freedom of association and assembly have been cut, so have privacy rights through data tracking systems. What has been put in place as a temporary measure cannot be instrumentalised to revert decades-long fights for freedoms and equality. We must get out of this crisis with our democracies – and our European Union – intact.
The CODIV-19 is forcing us apart with lockdowns, but at the same showing us that we must stick together if we want to defeat the pandemic. We must react jointly and swiftly to address this unexpected crisis both in Europe and in other regions of the world, because the virus knows no borders, skin colors or social status.
Per essere un continente con quasi 1,3 miliardi di abitanti, l'Africa è stata finora relativamente risparmiata dalla pandemia di COVID-19,
Sono sempre stato un europeista convinto, e lo sono ancora di più oggi.
In less than 15 days, the EU has taken ground-breaking decisions to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and after some initial hesitation it has proven that Member States can simply not do without a coherent, coordinated approach in front of a global pandemic.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has strongly supported the enlargement of the European Union to the six Western Balkans countries provided they fulfil all the necessary criteria for membership. In the aftermath of the Council's non-decision to open accession negotiations with Albania and North Macedonia in October 2019, we have reacted swiftly by adopting, on 31 October, a Resolution expressing our profound disappointment by the lack of unanimity from the Member States.
Today's ECOFIN decision did not seem to fully respond to the magnitude of the challenge that the EU is facing.
Se oggi nelle nostre case abbiamo paura di essere contagiati, di perdere i nostri cari, di perdere il lavoro e di
Following the EESC declaration "COVID-19: Now, we are either a Union or we are nothing", adopted by the Bureau on March 17, 2020, President Luca Jahier has urged today all institutions, authorities, regulators, both at European or national level, to take urgent and decisive actions to contain and fight against the pandemic and address the risks o
The COVID-19 outbreak has turned into a fast-moving emergency, figures and measures are constantly changing across Europe and the world, affecting all levels of society.
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We have now more than ever the chance and the obligation to rise from the ashes of the #Coronacrisis like the Phoenix. Europe must not only be saved, it must be relaunched!
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