This study aims to outline the most significant features of the national economic and social councils of the Member States of the European Union in the light of the doctoral thesis defended by the author at the Catholic University of Murcia (Spain).
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This study on behalf of the Workers’ Group of the European Economic and Social Committee aims to analyse early initiatives launched in the context of the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) and to provide the EESC with concrete policy recommendations to ensure its effective implementation.
This study examines the impact of cyber-related threats and challenges on corporate Europe and the degree of engagement of European businesses in tackling issues at stake. Although the new digitization era offers huge economic and social opportunities, it also changes the nature and magnitude of cyber risks and creates new vulnerabilities cyber attackers seek to exploit.
This brochure presents the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). The EESC is not like other EU bodies. It is a unique forum for consultation, dialogue and consensus between representatives from all the different sectors of "organised civil society", including employers, trade unions and groups such as professional and community associations, youth organisations, women's groups, consumers, environmental campaigners and many more.
This publication, which is aimed both at the general public and at the other European institutions, provides an overview of the work carried out by the EESC in recent years in the main European policy areas, or more specifically, on economic, social, environmental and international issues.
This publication provides a short overview of the successes of the mandate of the outgoing President of the Various Interests Group, Mr Luca Jahier, over the last seven and a half years (October 2010 to April 2018). 'Achievements of the Presidency of Luca Jahier' outlines the main thematic events organised by the Various Interests Group and the Categories which it manages, it informs on studies and publications commissioned by the EESC at the request of the Various Interests Group and on its successful communication strategies.
After 20 editions of European Consumer Day, we take a look back at the consumer issues we have discussed through the years.
This external study describes the situation of and prospects for cooperative banking in the European context, with reference to the models representing the sector in Germany, France, the Netherlands and Italy, since those countries have the largest institutions and the traditions of longest standing.
This leaflet is part of a series of publications published in the context of the cultural events organized by the EESC.
Within the framework of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the European Economic and Social Committee is hosting the exhibition "The Cyrillic Alphabet – The New Alphabet in the European Union".
The exhibition consists of a collection of graphic art posters created by students of the Department of Book and Printed Graphics of the Bulgaria's National Academy of Art in 2007, on the occasion of the country's accession to the EU.
This publication provides an analysis of the main challenges faced by civil society organisations (CSOs), of the trends and drivers of change and of the future prospects for relations between policy-makers at the national and European level and CSOs. It was developed with the purpose of examining what might await European CSOs in the next 13 years until 2030, what are the main challenges and how these should be tackled.