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22/01/2020
Presentation by
Carlo Borzaga
Organisation: 
University of Trento.
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Carlo Borzaga

14/01/2020
Statement by
President Luca Jahier on the situation in the Middle East and Libya
Organisation: 
European Economic and Social Committee

Statement by President Luca Jahier on the situation in the Middle East and Libya

The EESC considers that there is an urgent need for calm and peaceful solutions of all conflicts and sensitive situations worldwide and particularly in the region. We urge for a de-escalation of spiralling violence. The European Union must speak with one voice on all aspects of foreign policy given many crisis unfolding in the immediate EU neighbourhood, including the migration and refugee crisis, are interrelated.

06/01/2020
Speaker
Batouli Said Abdallah
Organisation: 
Centre National de Documentation et de Recherche Scientifique - CNDRS – Musée des Comores

The impact of climate change in the Indian Ocean Region and Natural Heritage

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The impact of climate change in the Indian Ocean Region and Natural Heritage

18/12/2019
Speaker
Xaverine Ndikumagenge
Organisation: 
Consumers International

BUILDING CONSUMER TRUST IN ECOMMERCE

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BUILDING CONSUMER TRUST IN ECOMMERCE

13/12/2019
Speaker
Simo Tianen
Organisation: 
EESC

Blue Bioeconomy

The EESC Exploratory opinion at the requested of  the Finnish Presidency 

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Blue Bioeconomy

12/12/2019
Speaker
Luca Jahier, EESC President

The time for courage has come. This is the time to build up international partnerships that serve the Planet, the People and bring Peace and Prosperity.

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Speech by Luca Jahier, EESC President "From development to partnership: time for courage has come!"

11/12/2019
Statement by
Luca Jahier, EESC president
Organisation: 
EESC

We have a special guest today among the journalists who have accepted our invitation to be present in the last plenary session of 2019. His name is Andrew Caruana Galizia, son of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the Maltese journalist who was assassinated on 16 October 2017 because she was investigating and exposing cases of corruption at the highest levels of government.
The revelations of the past few weeks have confirmed what Daphne had long warned about before her murder: that the rule of law in the European Union’s smallest member state had been compromised by those very same people whose duty it was to protect the citizens of Malta.

Read the full statement here

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