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2017 EESC Civil Society Prize – Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives ­– Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work

"REvive Greece" (Greece)

The EESC presented the winners with their prizes at an awards ceremony in Brussels on 7 December 2017. "REvive Greece" is one of the winner projects.

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2017 EESC Civil Society Prize – Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives  – Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work

"Progetto QUID" (Italy)

The EESC presented the winners with their prizes at an awards ceremony in Brussels on 7 December 2017. "Progetto QUID" is one of the winner projects.

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2017 EESC Civil Society Prize – Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives ­  – Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work

"DUO for a JOB" (Belgium)

The EESC presented the winners with their prizes at an awards ceremony in Brussels on 7 December 2017. "DUO for a JOB" is one of the winner projects.

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2017 EESC Civil Society Prize – Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives – Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work

"Discovering Hands" (Germany)

The EESC presented the winners with their prizes at an awards ceremony in Brussels on 7 December 2017. "Discovering Hands" is the first winner project.

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2017 EESC Civil Society Prize – Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives – Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work

The 2017 Civil Society Prize recognised initiatives which support the labour market integration of groups requiring specific support.

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The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has been advocating for organised civil society and citizens at global, national and subnational levels to be fully involved in the development, review and, above all, implementation of the Paris Agreement. With the general framework agreed at the COP21 in Paris, it is now also the role of non-state actors, including civil society, to work together to implement it. Multi-level and multi-stakeholder climate governance is the strong focus of our work in 2017 and beyond.

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This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organised by the EESC.

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