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19/03/2018
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12/2018

Iż-żgħażagħ Ewropej jgħidu li opportunitajiet akbar għat-tagħlim tal-lingwi permezz ta’ l-ivvjaġġar, siti kulturali Ewropej iżjed aċċessibbli u l-preservazzjoni tal-kultura tagħna permezz tal-ikel nazzjonali u s-snajja’ jistgħu jispiraw liż-żgħażagħ Ewropej jiskopru kulturi differenti u jiksbu fehim aħjar tal-wirt kulturali komuni tagħna. Dawn ir-rakkomandazzjonijiet lil dawk li jfasslu l-politika fl-UE kienu ssuġġeriti minn 99 student mill-Ewropa kollha, li ħadu sehem fl-avveniment annwali taż-żgħażagħ L-Ewropa Tiegħek, Leħnek 2018.

16/03/2018
Reference number: 
11/2018

EESC rapporteur on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Catelijne Muller says the strategy, as outlined by Commissioner Ansip to the EESC's plenary on March 15, fully meets the Committee's call for the European Union to take global pole position in determining the framework for the responsible development and deployment of AI.

15/03/2018
Bernardo Hernández Bataller

The EESC acknowledges the Commission's Communication Tackling Illegal Content Online – Towards and enhanced responsibility of online platforms as a first and useful step but is not satisfied with its scope. It therefore calls on the Commission to establish programmes and effective measures to provide a stable and consistent legal framework for the efficient removal of illegal content. 

08/03/2018

The future of democracy in Europe was debated at a two-day European-level conference organised by EESC president George Dassis in the auditorium of Athens' Acropolis museum on 1 and 2 March. Facing an audience of actively engaged participants from EU institutions, Greek government, civil society organizations and universities, George Dassis clearly made the case that the future of democracy is directly linked to a peaceful and federal Europe.

16/02/2018
Lessons learned

The EESC presents measures to avoid the severity of austerity in the future and to mitigate the negative effects of previous crisis management

Future crisis management should strive for a better balance between fiscal and social objectives to avoid adverse effects on the economic capacities, labour markets and social protection systems of the countries concerned. Instead of restrictive austerity, the EU institutions should in future crisis situations implement policies in pursuit of economic cooperation, growth and solidarity.

16/02/2018

English version available soon

Le CESE a un rôle essentiel à jouer dans les consultations citoyennes proposées par le président français, car il y a une profonde cohérence entre l'action que mène le CESE au quotidien, permettant à la société civile de participer à l'évolution de l'Europe au plus haut niveau, et l'ambition que ces consultations citoyennes expriment. C'est ce qu'a affirmé la ministre des Affaires européennes, Nathalie Loiseau, lors de son intervention à la plénière du CESE à Bruxelles le 15 février.

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