A DAG-to-DAG is a joint civil society body between the partner countries of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA), bringing together the separate DAGs of each party. This is the 2nd joint meeting of the EU and Singapore DAGs under the EU-Singapore FTA.
The EESC co-organises with the Mayor of Lublin a Seminar on "CITIZENS SERVING CITIZENS: Co-creation and provision of services of general interest by civil society organisations".
The Euromed Summit has been regrettably postponed to 2022 due to new Covid19 variant & suspension of all international flights to Morocco.
We thank ALL participants/speakers/support teams for their efforts & understanding. New date will be announced once set!
The EESC will hold its conference on the "Geopolitics of the Green Deal" in Brussels on 6 December 2021. This hybrid meeting, co-organised with the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), will look into the effects of the Green Deal on the position of the EU in the world.
565th Plenary Session, with the following guests : Ursula VON DER LEYEN, President of the European Commission(tbc), Kadri SIMSON, Commissioner for Energy, Mairead McGUINNESS, Commissioner for Financial Services, Financial Stability and Capital Markets Union (tbc), Virginijus SINKEVICIUS, and Emily O'REILLY, European Ombudsman (tbc). Civil Society Prize Award Ceremony. You will be able to follow the debates by web streaming.
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The EESC will host the presentation of a study entitled "Moving towards a new, strengthened system of industrial relations resulting from the emergency COVID-19 measures" on Thursday 9 December, in the JDE building, meeting room JDE62.
The study, published in October 2021, will be presented by its authors at a meeting which is expected to take the form of an open debate between a panel of speakers, who will make statements on the topic, and the audience.
As we emerge from the pandemic, we are invited to actively play a leading role in co-shaping a new vision for the EU.
What is certain is that Europe’s future is closely linked to the future of its industry: strong ambitions require strong and innovative companies that have the means to meet the needs of the digital and green transitions while boosting EU competitiveness.
This is why the Employers' Group decided to organise its flagship event in the context of the ongoing CoFoE tackling these topics with a number of innovative company representatives, and with the special participation of Herman Van Rompuy, President Emeritus of the European Council.
The webinar will take place in the context of the EESC Thematic Study Group on Sustainable Food Systems, in cooperation with the EESC INT Section and will explore amongst other questions, how to better align food industry with the SDGs and stimulate sustainable food production, processing, and distribution across the chain.
In making their choices, consumers cannot always take into account the digital dimension and the ecological dimension at the same time. A young consumer who would be tempted to replace his mobile phone every year to keep up with digital developments cannot at the same time take into account the environmental impact of the transport of devices often coming from Asia.
EESC will organise a hearing on the benefits of the Outermost regions on 14/12 with the participation of all relevant stakeholders and representatives of civil society. The digital transition, green and blue economy, new forms of agriculture and sustainable recovery after Covid-19 crisis will be critical issues for these regions. The Hearing will take place in the context of the exploratory opinion requested by the upcoming French Presidency of the EU Council with the title ''The benefits of the outermost regions for the EU''
EESC the house of organised civil society is interested in taking into account all views, concerns and proposals from civil society organisations for the new strategic approach for outermost regions.