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Pieņemtie on 20/10/2021
Atsauce: 
SOC/698-EESC-2021
Plenārsesija: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

This opinion comments on the new EU strategic framework on health and safety at work for the period 2021-2027. The framework sets out the key actions needed to improve workers' health and safety over the coming years and focuses on three objectives: managing change brought by green, digital and demographic transitions as well as changes to the traditional work environment, improving prevention of accidents and illnesses, and increasing preparedness for any potential future crises. The EESC broadly agrees with the vision set out in the strategic framework but proposes also additional measures and initiatives to be integrated in the strategy.

EESK atzinums: Health & Safety at Work – EU Strategic Framework (2021-2027)

Pieņemtie on 20/10/2021
Atsauce: 
CCMI/181-EESC-2021
Plenārsesija: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The future of the European automotive industry will be green and digital and green means carbon neutral and circular as clearly stated in the European Green Deal Communication. The Green Deal is the political compass of the European Union Industrial policy for the coming decades even though the number of challenges ahead is huge.

EESK atzinums: The EU mobility strategy and EU industrial value chains: automotive eco-systems approach (own-initiative opinion)

Pieņemtie on 20/10/2021
Atsauce: 
INT/956-EESC-2021-03601-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenārsesija: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

In its opinion, the EESC focusses on the revision of the Consumer Credit Directive  which  has some shortcomings: a certain number of important obstacles are due to the application, implementation and enforcement of the Directive as well as wider market developments not foreseen at the time it was drawn up in 2008.

EESK atzinums: Credit agreements for consumers

Pieņemtie on 20/10/2021
Atsauce: 
SOC/701-EESC-2021
Plenārsesija: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The EESC welcomes the proposal's intention to implement the EPSR and other EU initiatives aimed at making quality and inclusive education a reality within the green and digital transitions. The EESC calls on Member States to ensure that blended learning is not detrimental to the social value of education or to the relevance of face-to-face teaching. They need to ensure that blended learning is established to support the quality and inclusion of education, in particular for children in need. The EESC notes that well-developed blended learning needs to be supported by sustainable public investment and should be implemented in curricula with a whole-school approach, taking into consideration the needs of teachers, students and their families.

EESK atzinums: Blended learning

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