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  • Public debate The involvement of youth in the work of the ECO section - Recent experience and way forward, organised during the ECO section meeting.

  • Partnership event co-organised by the EAPN and the EESC Civil Society Organisations' Group
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    Extraordinary meeting of the Workers' Group

    The Workers' Group is organising an extraordinary meeting in Brussels, on the occasion of the Belgian Council Presidency. The agenda includes a dicsussion on the priorities and programme of the Presidency.

  • This public hearing is being organised as part of the preparation of the exploratory opinion ECO/630 on "Boosting long-term inclusive growth through reforms and investment" requested by the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU. It focuses on how to foster upwards social convergence and cohesion, in an economic governance framework defined around debt sustainability, productive investments and reforms. It also looks at the implications of such a framework for the European Semester and the strengthening of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

  • Extraordinary Workers' Group meeting

    The meeting will address AI-related issues with a focus on a just digital transition in the morning. In the afternoon session participants will explore ways in which sustainable competitiveness and investment can be achieved for the well-being of EU citizens.

  • Workers' Group Category meeting

    The Workers' Group upcoming category meeting "Workers' voice for more democratic participation" will focus on the digital and green just transition from a trade union perspective.

  • Debate

    The EESC is convinced that islands, mountainous regions and sparsely populated areas face significant challenges and that there is a solid legal basis that obliges the EU to take action in order to tackle these challenges. In this context, the organised civil society has an important role to play and through this debate, the aim is to find the best practices and solutions so that these regions can perform better and recover from the multiple crises. Therefore the EESC- ECO section has decided to organise this public debate in the framework of the EESC own-intiative opinion on "Main challenges that EU islands, mountain and sparsely populated areas face.

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    Extraordinary meeting of the Workers' Group

    The Workers' Group is organising an extraordinary meeting in Madrid on the occasion of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU. 

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    An exhibition organised by the Civil Society Organisations' Group of the EESC in the context of its conference 'EU food sovereignty: the role of agriculture, fisheries and consumers'
  • Insularity is considered to be a permanent and unchangeable geographical feature which involves additional costs (transport, energy, waste management, public services, necessity goods and services) that hamper the development and competitiveness of the islands, while particularly exposing them to biodiversity loss and climate change. The organised civil society has an important role to play and tackle all these challenges and through this debate. The aim is to find the best practices and solutions so that EU islands can preform better and recover from the multiple crises.