Demokracja uczestnicząca

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  • Reference number
    16/2023

    W dniach 23–24 marca Europejski Komitet Ekonomiczno-Społeczny (EKES) był gospodarzem 14. edycji imprezy „Twoja Europa – Twoje Zdanie”, która zgromadziła w Brukseli 105 uczniów z 35 szkół ze wszystkich 27 państw członkowskich UE i siedmiu krajów kandydujących. Biorąc pod uwagę liczne wyzwania społeczne i gospodarcze, kurczącą się przestrzeń obywatelską oraz zagrożenia dla pokoju i praw podstawowych, tegoroczna konferencja skoncentrowała się na „dialogach na temat demokracji młodzieży” i miała na celu zapewnienie, by głos młodych ludzi był słyszalny w momencie, gdy kształtuje się przyszłość Europy. Zalecenia uczniów zostaną przekazane instytucjom europejskim i unijnym decydentom wysokiego szczebla w czerwcu 2023 r.

  • Reference number
    15/2023

    On 23 March, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) held a plenary debate and adopted a resolution entitled "United for Democracy" with concrete proposals to strengthen democracies and democratic values across the European Union. Policymakers, experts, and organised civil society representatives agreed that civic education, better funding to social partners and a focus on the local dimension, are key to democracy in Europe.

  • Reference number
    45/2022

    The EESC held a debate in plenary on the growing importance of organised civil society and cities in Europe's ability to face asymmetric shocks and unforeseen crises. This was linked to the adoption of two opinions, on Flexible Assistance to Territories (FAST-CARE) and on the Ljubljana Agreement on the Urban Agenda of the EU. The Committee welcomes both initiatives, but finds they miss the bar in terms of properly empowering and involving organised civil society. A key measure proposed by the EESC is to create a separate EU fund for the reconstruction and development of Ukraine to complement the efforts made by the Member States.

  • In its resolution on the involvement of organised civil society in the implementation and monitoring of the National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) the European Economic and Social Committee calls for clear rules to effectively involve social partners and civil society organisations in the Member states' strategies to bring the economy back on track.

  • At a conference, organised by the Diversity Europe Group of the EESC in partnership with Civil Society Europe and with the support of the EESC's Liaison Group and Associational Life Category, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and their umbrella organisations reiterated their call for an EU Civil Society Strategy and a European Statute for Associations. Appropriate follow-up to the Conference on the Future of Europe and a regular and structured dialogue with CSOs were considered key aspects to rebuilding citizens' trust in politics and strengthening European democracy.

  • Conference on 'Civil society organisations: Key actors for the future of Europe', organised by the Diversity Europe Group in partnership with Civil Society Europe and with the support of the EESC's Liaison Group and Associational Life Category

  • At its plenary session on 18 July, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hosted a debate with Conny Reuter, co-chair of the EESC's Liaison Group with European civil society organisations and networks.

  • Public debate on reforms for a more resilient EU economy for all in the context of the upcoming 2024 Elections for the European Parliament.