Ukraine – from relief to reconstruction – proposals by the European civil society
Javier DOZ ORRIT (Workers' Group – SP), Gonçalo LOBO XAVIER (Employer's Group - PT) and Luca JAHIER (Diversity Group – IT)
Resolution of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on the war in Ukraine and its economic, social and environmental impact
The #EUGreenDeal must be the cornerstone of the 2022 #WorkProgramme as an opportunity for the development of a sustainable & socially inclusive economy.
At its plenary session of 09 and 10 June 2021, the EESC adopted the following resolution by 175 votes with 2 abstentions.
The Social Summit in Porto on 7 May 2021 provides a unique opportunity for the EU to place citizens squarely at the centre of the European project. It is an opportunity to demonstrate that the EU and Member States act together with its citizens and for their well-being, leaving nobody behind.
At its plenary session of 27 and 28 April 2021 (meeting of 27 April), the European Economic and Social Committee adopted the following resolution by 228 votes to 1with 5 abstentions.
At its plenary session of 24 and 25 February 2021 (meeting of 25 February), the European Economic and Social Committee adopted the following resolution by 268 votes with 5 abstentions.
The EESC has adopted a number of opinions, resolutions and declarations on the NextGenerationEU Recovery Plan and its various components, in particular the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). The Committee has expressed its agreement with its content and the direction of the reform proposals, which are intended to boost economic and social recovery and trigger a change in the production model.
Het EESC veroordeelt met klem de voortdurende schendingen van de mensenrechten en de rechtsstaat die in Wit-Rusland sinds de presidentsverkiezingen, die vrij noch eerlijk waren, hebben plaatsgevonden. Het ongekend wrede en gewelddadige optreden tegen vreedzame demonstranten, vooral vrouwen en jongeren, en de onverminderd willekeurige arrestaties en opsluitingen zonder reden mogen niet ongestraft blijven.