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07/06/2017

The EESC has been working on an information report the aim of which was to investigate how European Parliament election procedures are determined in each Member State, taking into account the needs of persons with disabilities and how this affects their right to vote.

In this context, a public hearing was organized to present the first conclusions of the report and to look into successful projects and practices.

18/03/2014
Beyond agendas and manifestos: What Europe for us?

This year edition, whose title will be "Beyond agendas and manifestos: what Europe for us?", was focused on the expectations of European citizens and organisations on Europe, as concerns economy, social dimension and active European Citizenship.

06/12/2018 07/12/2018
Extraordinary meeting of Group III - Workshop on communication

On 6-7 December, the Diversity Europe Group held its extraordinary meeting at the EESC premises (VMA Building - Room VMA3). During this meeting entitled 'Bursting Brussels' 'Bubble': How to communicate Your Europe', EESC Group III Members learned more about efficient communication tools in order to become EU 'ambassadors' and to communicate the way they feel about Europe

 

26/01/2012
Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

The Commission has proposed to designate 2013 as the European Year of Citizens. The year will mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Union citizenship under the Maastricht Treaty and will precede and prepare the European Parliament's elections in 2014.

The main objective of the Commission's proposal is to inform Union citizens about their rights as such. Particular importance is given to the right to move and reside freely, which is essential to enable individuals, businesses and society to benefit from the opportunities of the single market.

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Staffan Nilsson speech in hearing of the EYC_ 26.01.2012_en

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Introduced on 1 April 2012 by the Treaty of Lisbon, the European Citizens' Initiative is the most important instrument of participative democracy in the European Union. By collecting at least 1 million signatures from at least 7 EU Member States, citizens have the right to call directly on the European Commission to propose a legal act or modify the existing one. This Guide is to provide you with an idea of how to get involved.

06/03/2013
Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

This is the fourth edition of the Civil Society Day, so this initiative is rather young however with a solid ground. And let me tell you why. The Civil Society Day is the living proof of a partnership which is dear to me and to many of us in the EESC, a partnership between the EESC and European civil society expert networks in the form of what we call the Liaison Group. It is in the Liaison Group meetings last year that the civil society alliance for the European Year of Citizens was conceived and took form. This alliance is our partner for this conference and its members, European networks and national networks are here with us today.

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Flash Eurobarometer 373 - Europeans' Engagement In Participatory Democracy - Summary

Staffan Nilsson opening address at the Civil Society Day 2013

07/03/2013
Speaker
Staffan Nilsson
Organisation: 
EESC

This afternoon we would like to make an assessment of the work we have done together and I would like us to have an open and honest debate about the way forward for this group to function in the best way possible. Thank you very much for the four contributions we received to our questionnaire. We wanted to survey all members before this meeting, but I believe this format, this space and time is also a good opportunity to assess and talk about the future prospects. It is also my last meeting as co-chair of the EESC Liaison Group.

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Staffan Nilsson`s opening remarks at the Liaison Group meeting

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