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The new Justice, Rights and Values Fund aims at simplifying the existing programmes to support the promotion and strengthening of justice, values and rights in the Europe. The Fund will support the activities of a number of actors such as NGOs, equality bodies, public administrations, judicial networks or universities, but no additional funding will be provided.
Hearing on the European Regional Development and Cohesion Policy – Cohesion policy for the period 2021-2027
"Identities, European Values and Cultural Heritage in Europe"
The 2018 prize will reward innovative initiatives carried out by civil society organisations and/or individuals on the territory of the EU and aimed at raising awareness of the multiple layers and richness of European identities, exploiting the full potential of Europe's cultural wealth, facilitating access to European cultural heritage and promoting European values (respect for human dignity and human rights, freedom, democracy, equality and the rule of law).
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in cooperation with the Thessaloniki’s Traders Association and the University of Macedonia is organising a Public Hearing on the Company Law package. The purpose of this hearing is to gather input and feedback from Greek stakeholders on this comprehensive set of measures aiming for fair, enabling, transparent and modern company law rules in Europe.
The event will bring together players from the SMEs scene in Greece, business organisations' and workers' representatives, experts and academics, as well as EESC members to discuss this topical issue.
The second event for the European Day of Sustainable Communities will showcase the critical contribution that community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability are making to support EU policy goals in these areas.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in cooperation with the European Retail Financial Forum (ERFF) is organising a high-level conference on Consumers at the heart of finance in Europe to take place on 26 September at 9.00 in Brussels.
The aim of the conference will be, on the one hand, to create knowledge of and encourage adherence to European Union institutional policy, by disseminating the main messages of the EESC opinions on the
The Diversity Europe Group (Group III) will hold an extraordinary meeting on 11 October on the question: "Can Economic Progress and Social Stability Cure EU-scepticism?"
The meeting is being organised in partnership with the Vorarlberg Chamber of Labour and will take place in the Montforthaus Congress Centre in Feldkirch, Austria.
The purpose of the conference is to raise awareness, across the EU, on how multi-stakeholder actions can boost the achievement of the SDGs, to identify success factors, and to develop follow-up actions for upscaling these to EU-level.
The specific conference objectives are: