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03/04/2019 04/04/2019
From global to local governance of migration: How to ensure safe and regular pathways to the EU

The European Migration Forum – the dialogue platform on migration, asylum and migrant integration - will meet for the fifth time in April 2019.
Participation in the Forum meeting is by invitation only - the call for interested organisations to express their interest to participate will be open until 28 January 2019. Please complete the form under the 'applications' tab in the left-hand menu.

A draft agenda will appear here soon.

21/03/2019 22/03/2019
Your Europe, Your Say! 2019

Your Europe, Your Say! 2019

2019 will be an election year and the new European Parliament will have very important decisions to make, at a time when everything from the economy to communication and from politics to social trends are being revolutionised on a daily basis.

How do you, as a young person, view these changes, and the opportunities and potential risks they bring, and what future solutions might you have to offer?

If you want to discuss these issues with other students from 33 countries, why not take part in YEYS 2019 by sharing your vision and celebrating with us the 10th anniversary of this event?

15/03/2019
A consumer policy for today’s generation?

On 15 March 2019, the EESC is organising its 21st edition of the European Consumer Day in Brussels. With young consumers at the heart of the programme, and the changes in consumption patterns driven by technology, we will be talking about the role played by young people in this change and how they can influence the policy that affects them directly. Three key sectors for young people will be the subject of participatory workshops to discuss issues and opportunities in mobility, food and clothing. A live debate will also be held on the influence of social media on young people.

28/02/2019

The aim of the long-term strategy is to confirm Europe's commitment to lead in global climate action and to present a vision that can lead to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 through a socially-fair transition in a cost-efficient manner. It underlines the opportunities that this transformation offers to European citizens and its economy, whilst identifying challenges ahead.

14/02/2019 15/02/2019

The EESC is organizing together with CEDEFOP a Policy learning forum (PLF) on 14-15 February 2019. The event aims at bringing together governments, social partners and civil society to help each other in the definition and implementation of the Council recommendation ‘Upskilling pathways: new opportunities for adults’ adopted in December 2016. This year's PLF follows on a successful similar of 2018 and is part of a series of events aiming to create a platform for mutual learning on upskilling adults with low level of skills.

06/02/2019

The Social Economy Intergroup of the European Parliament will hold the final hearing of its legislature on 6 February 2019 at the EESC. As the objective will be to take stock of what has been done in the last 5 years in the field of the Social Economy, it is proposed to give this hearing a higher profile and to organise a joint event with the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee, the European Committee of the Regions and Social Economy Europe.

06/02/2019

This opinion aims at promoting the value of strong civil society organisations as automatic stabilisers in our democratic systems, which are facing challenges from the rise of populist and extremist movements, distrust of the free press, authoritarian tendencies, and xenophobia. Democratic civil society organisations therefore need to be supported at all levels - local, regional, national and European.

05/02/2019
Economic policy, EU Budget, taxation, and sustainable finance in the European Union

In this public event organised on 5 February 2019 in Madrid, we are looking to kick-start a debate on the principle features of the European Union economy, its current state and governance, taking into account the present and perspectives for the future, as well as the economic policies related to macroeconomics, taxation and finance.

The Spanish economy will be discussed using a European perspective, framed by the economic situation and European policy.

Organized jointly by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the Representation of the European Commission in Spain, the intention is to create a dialogue between representatives of civil society, the Spanish government and academia.

05/02/2019

In view of the upcoming EU elections of 23-26 May, the EESC Study Group on Disability Rights is organising a public hearing on "Participation of Persons with disabilities in European elections ".
Are persons with disabilities really on equal terms with the rest of the population when talking about their right  to vote?
What has been done so far and which are further steps to be taken? 

Join us to our hearing and discuss it with us!

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