Paesi vicini dell'Europa orientale

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Le attività del CESE riguardanti i vicini dell'Est europeo coinvolgono l'Armenia, l'Azerbaigian, la Bielorussia, la Georgia, la Moldova e l'Ucraina. L'obiettivo principale del CESE in relazione ai vicini dell'Est europeo è quello di rafforzare le relazioni con le organizzazioni della società civile nella regione e coinvolgerle in un dialogo sia con i loro responsabili delle politiche nazionali sia con le organizzazioni della società civile dell'UE.

I principali meccanismi di cooperazione con la Georgia, la Moldova e l'Ucraina sono costituiti dalle piattaforme della società civile (tag to all three) che integrano gli organi politici esistenti nel quadro degli accordi di associazione dell'UE con tali paesi. Le piattaforme consentono alle organizzazioni della società civile sia dell'UE che dei paesi partner di monitorare il processo di attuazione e di formulare raccomandazioni alle autorità competenti.

Per quanto riguarda l'UE, queste piattaforme sono composte da membri del CESE e da rappresentanti di grandi reti europee della società civile. Per la parte del paese partner, esse sono espressione di un ampio spettro di organizzazioni della società civile. La composizione delle piattaforme si basa sulla rappresentanza equilibrata di tutti i gruppi di interesse (le organizzazioni dei datori di lavoro, i sindacati e i gruppi di attività diverse).

Nel quadro del CESE, il comitato di monitoraggio Vicini dell'Est europeo è stato istituito nel 2004 in qualità di organismo specifico responsabile delle relazioni con la società civile nei paesi del vicinato orientale. Il comitato di monitoraggio si riunisce generalmente quattro volte l'anno e i suoi membri partecipano attivamente alle attività del partenariato orientale quali le piattaforme multilaterali e il forum della società civile.

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Adottati on 19/02/2013
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L'avis se penchera sur les questions relatives aux dimensions économique, sociale, environnementale et humaine du caractère croissant de l'utilisation des richesses de l'Arctique, et sur le rôle potentiel de la société civile pour exprimer les intérêts des groupes concernés ainsi que pour soutenir la position de l'UE dans le cadre du dialogue avec les partenaires internationaux concernés.

La politique arctique de l'UE pour aborder les nouveaux enjeux mondiaux dans la région – point de vue de la société civile

09/11/2016

The 3rd meeting of the EU-Ukraine Civil Society Platform (CSP) held in Kyiv on 8-9 November focused on labour market regulation and antidiscrimination legislation and practices in Ukraine, as well as reviewed the progress of the reforms undertaken within the Association Agreement process. The civil society organisations of the EU and Ukraine strongly called for the EU Member States to push, with all necessary political and economic means, for the restoration of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, establishing peace and solving the humanitarian problems of the residents of these and adjoining territories. Opening the meeting, Alfredas Jonuška ...

04/10/2019

On 26 September, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) approved an own-initiative opinion to mark the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership (EaP). In this opinion, the EESC acknowledges the important achievements of this initiative, but also calls for further reforms in the areas of democratisation and fundamental freedoms. The opinion insists on the need to strengthen the role of civil society and to provide credible EU membership prospects to EaP states.

20/02/2017
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6/2017

Georgia has the best track record in freedom of media among the Eastern Partnership countries, but nevertheless sustained efforts are called for in order to raise the standard of journalistic quality, objectivity and ethics, as well as secure their independence and sources of financing. This was one of the main messages of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform (CSP)'s second meeting held on 16th February at the EESC. The Platform also made recommendations for the Georgian government to ...

17/06/2016
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44/2016

The 1st and inaugural meeting of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform (CSP) was held on 16th June 2016 in Tbilisi and was co-chaired by Andrzej Adamczyk, member of the EESC, and Kakha Gogolashvili, chairman of the Georgian National Platform at the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The participants in the first CSP meeting adopted a joint declaration, assessing the state of play of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement's implementation and acknowledging the considerable progress achieved by Georgia since the beginning of the Association process. Nevertheless, they called ...

The EESC and the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum are organising their 3rd joint seminar, on 23 November 2016, in Versailles. The objective of the seminar is to discuss topics of common interest for European and Russian civil society. On the agenda this year will be questions such as the current situation in which civil society in Russia and in the EU are operating, and questions relating to migration, specifically focusing on good practices and experiences in integrating newcomers into host societies.

23/11/2016

Representatives of the two Domestic Advisory Groups (DAG) from the EU and Moldova, established under Chapter 13 on Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement between the Republic of Moldova and the European Union, held the fourth joint meeting in Chisinau, Moldova, on 5 July 2019.

05/07/2019

Representatives of the European and Georgian Domestic Advisory Groups (DAGs), set up under the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Georgia, held their first joint meeting in Tbilisi on 26 January 2016. The participants expressed their commitment to fulfil the mandate foreseen in the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement, namely to monitor the implementation of the Chapter and to provide advice to the Parties to the Agreement.

26/01/2016

Representatives of the European and Georgian Domestic Advisory Groups (DAGs), set up under the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Georgia, held their second joint meeting in Brussels on 30 November 2016. The participants expressed their commitment to fulfil the mandate foreseen in the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapter of the Association Agreement, namely to monitor the implementation of the Chapter and to provide advice to the Parties to the Agreement.

30/11/2016

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