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Em curso (updated on 02/12/2021)
Referência: 
ECO/569-EESC-2021
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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 24, 2022

This year’s Annual Sustainable Growth Survey outlines the policy priorities in the coming year and provides guiding principles for implementing them in the 2022 European Semester cycle. The European Semester provides a well-established framework for coordinating the economic and employment policies of the Member States and will continue to play this role in the recovery phase and in advancing on the twin transitions. Like in previous years, the policy priorities will be structured around the four dimensions of competitive sustainability and in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. The Communication also sketches out the main characteristics of the 2022 European Semester cycle and explains the main changes compared to previous cycles, taking into account the need to adapt to the processes under the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

Nota Informativa: Annual Sustainable Growth Survey 2022

Em curso (updated on 01/12/2021)
Referência: 
CCMI/184-EESC-2021
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Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

By drawing on CCMI's analytical capacity on industrial change and its shaping in the industrial paradigm, the opinion will focus on the analysis of industrial transformation in a way to make it a Just Transition which is meant as beneficial for all European citizens.

Parecer de secção do CESE: Anticipation of structural and sectoral change and reshaping industrial cultures – up to new borders of recovery and resilience in the different parts of Europe (own-initiative opinion – Gr II)

Em curso (updated on 01/12/2021)
Referência: 
SOC/700-EESC-2021
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Sal -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

During the COVID-19 crisis, the EU developed a wide range of health policy responses and initiatives, while also tackling the economic fallout of the pandemic. Many difficulties were encountered, but while some of them have been addressed, longer-term solutions are needed for mitigating future health crises.

In this opinion, the EESC comments on the Commission's evaluation of the measures taken so far to fight the pandemic and on  the ten lessons learnt and  proposes various recommendations in the field of crisis management, health protection, social and societal aspects, economy and finance, society and technology, international relations and democratic standards.

Parecer de secção do CESE: Emerging stronger from the pandemic: acting on the early lessons learnt

Em curso (updated on 01/12/2021)
Referência: 
CCMI/182-EESC-2021-2021-02589
Reunião plenária: 
Sal -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

In the rapid transformation process of the global industrial landscape, digitisation has assumed a fundamental strategic function. It now covers the entire cycle of the value chain of products and services and involves both large enterprises as well as small enterprises and micro enterprises. In this process, the need for flexibility and speed of adaptation often lead to the need to outsource parts of the production process to professionals who often have the position of "freelancers".

Parecer de secção do CESE: Non-standard employment and platform cooperatives in the digital transformation of industry (own-initiative opinion)

Em curso (updated on 01/12/2021)
Referência: 
CCMI/183-EESC-2021
Reunião plenária: 
Sal -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the health of Europe's citizens and its economy hard, notably its industrial production. The European companies in the sectors with high consumption of resources and energy (REIIs) were already in a precarious situation, and are now undergoing this further, unexpected, crisis.

Parecer de secção do CESE: How REIIs (Resources and Energy Intensive Industries) can take advantage of the EU Recovery Plan in their socially acceptable transition towards de-carbonisation and digitalisation (own-initiative opinion)

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