Conclusions of the debate which took place during the Extraordinary Meeting of the Employers’ Group Bureau in Vienna on 22nd October 2013.
This publication outlines the events that have taken place from 2010-2013 and details the support provided by the local, regional or national partner involved.
EESC calls on EU policymakers to incentivise growth in European beer sector
Compendium of studies carried out in 2012 on the initiative of the EESC
The role of trade union organisations in planning and monitoring economic and social cohesion policies in the new financial framework for 2014-2020
Research into the importance of social and economic cohesion policies in the context of the new financial framework 2014-2020 and the impact that trade
union organisations could have in this process.
This study addresses questions concerning the state of the Civil Society and how Civil Society Organisations have been affected by the Financial Crisis. Through analysis of data gathered from various reports and other documentation, in-depth interviews with a number of individual representatives from different organisations and thought-leaders in the field, and results of a questionnaire survey, this study reveals a diversity of responses from the broad field of civil society in Europe.
"The international climate change negotiations should be a forum in which countries encourage each other forwards, not hold each other back." Lutz Ribbe, President, EESC Sustainable Development Observatory
Comparative Study of Different Measures Funded through the Use of Economic Environmental Instruments
The main messages of the 6 EESC opinions on Eastern Partnership.
Entrepreneurial policy must stimulate the creation of all forms of enterprise. The emergence of freelance and craft businesses, the professions, family businesses and cooperatives or social enterprises should also be encouraged.
Gonçalo Lobo Xavier, rapporteur on "Reigniting the entrepreneurial spirit in Europe"