Austrumu kaimiņvalstis

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EESK darbība attiecībā uz Austrumu kaimiņvalstīm ir saistīta ar Armēniju, Azerbaidžānu, Baltkrieviju, Gruziju, Moldovu un Ukrainu. EESK galvenais mērķis attiecībā uz Eiropas austrumu kaimiņvalstīm ir stiprināt attiecības ar pilsoniskās sabiedrības organizācijām šajā reģionā un iesaistīt tās dialogā gan ar savu valstu politikas veidotājiem, gan ar ES organizētu pilsonisko sabiedrību.

Galvenie mehānismi sadarbībai ar Gruziju, Moldovu un Ukrainu ir Pilsoniskās sabiedrības platformas (tag to all three), kas papildina politiskās struktūras, kuras pastāv, pateicoties ES asociācijas nolīgumiem ar šīm valstīm. Platformas dod iespēju pilsoniskās sabiedrības organizācijām no ES un partnervalstīm uzraudzīt īstenošanas procesu un sagatavot ieteikumus attiecīgajām iestādēm.

No ES puses šajās platformās iesaistās EESK locekļi, kā arī plašu Eiropas pilsoniskās sabiedrības tīklu pārstāvji. No partnervalstu puses tajās ir pārstāvēts plašs pilsoniskās sabiedrības organizāciju spektrs. Dalība platformās ir balstīta uz visu interešu grupu (darba devēju organizāciju, arodbiedrību un dažādu interešu grupu) līdzsvarotu pārstāvību.

EESK ietvaros Austrumu kaimiņvalstu koordinācijas komiteja tika izveidota 2004. gadā kā īpaša struktūra, kas atbild par attiecībām ar pilsonisko sabiedrību austrumu kaimiņreģiona valstīs. Koordinācijas komitejas sanāksmes parasti notiek četras reizes gadā, un tās locekļi aktīvi piedalās Austrumu partnerības darbībās, piemēram, AP daudzpusējās platformās un AP Pilsoniskās sabiedrības forumā.

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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

The Civil Society Platform complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in Georgia as well as in the European Union.

At the fifth meeting, the Members of the Platform assessed the state of play of the implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and adopted reports on 10 years of Eastern Partnership from the Georgian perspective, labour safety at workplace and on rights of migrants in Georgia.

13/09/2019

The 2nd meeting of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform (CSP) will be held on 16 February 2017 at the EESC. The CSP complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare recommendations to the relevant authorities both in Georgia as well as in the European Union.

The CSP is made up of nine members from both Parties, representing the EESC and large European civil society networks, on the one side, and civil society organisations from Georgia, on the other side.

16/02/2017

The Civil Society Platform complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in the Republic of Moldova as well as in the European Union. At this fourth meeting, participants discussed Human rights and democratic institutions in Moldova.

23/10/2018

The CSP complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Moldova Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in the Republic of Moldova as well as in the European Union.

22/05/2017

The Civil Society Platform complements the political bodies existing within the framework of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement, and it allows civil society organisations from both sides to monitor the implementation process and prepare their recommendations to the relevant authorities both in Georgia as well as in the European Union. At the fourth meeting, the Members of the Platform discussed the state of play of the implementation of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and adopted reports on energy efficiency in Georgia and on climate change in Georgia.

22/11/2018
9.30-17.30
EU-Russia Cooperation in the areas of Higher Education and Rural Development

The 7th Joint Seminar of the European Economic and Social Committee and the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation (CCRF) will bring together EESC members and representatives of their Russian counterpart, representatives of the European Commission, experts and academics, to discuss cooperation in the areas of higher education and rural development. During four thematic sessions, participants will focus on EU-Russia cooperation in the fields of science, research and innovation; aligning higher education in the EU and Russia (the Bologna Process) and Erasmus+, on narrowing the gaps between rural and urban areas, and on cross-border cooperation for businesses and SMEs.

27/09/2017

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