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20/06/2022

Valsts finansētā migrantu instrumentalizācija, kuras mērķis ir destabilizēt ES, un pašreizējais karš Ukrainā, kas novedis pie vēl nepieredzēta bēgļu pieplūduma, liek pārskatīt Eiropas migrācijas politiku. Eiropas Ekonomikas un sociālo lietu komiteja (EESK) uzstāj: lai vienoti reaģētu uz bēgļu krīzēm, ir vajadzīga solidaritāte un sloga sadale starp dalībvalstīm. Vienlaikus EESK uzsver, ka ir jāgarantē migrantu drošība un cilvēktiesības.

17/06/2022

The EU's Employment and Social Innovation programme (EaSI), a finance instrument intended to promote high quality employment, has strengthened the coordination of action in the areas of employment and inclusion, but its smooth implementation encountered a number of hurdles, an evaluation report drawn up by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) found.

10/06/2022

In a webinar organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), participants advocated that the New European Bauhaus must serve the European people and help build a more inclusive and sustainable EU future.

10/06/2022

On 25 May, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) held a hearing on the subject of "Improving equality in the EU" in preparation for an EESC opinion. It discussed intersectionality, discrimination and hierarchy of grounds, while emphasizing the importance of easier access to justice.

02/06/2022

At its May plenary session, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) adopted an opinion on a new urban mobility framework. The main takeaway was that in light of increasingly ambitious environmental, health and societal objectives, the EU should change approach: from ensuring seamless traffic flows to moving people and goods in a more sustainable and inclusive way.

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