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Adotados on 16/12/2004
Referência: 
ECO/155-EESC-2004-1654
Reunião plenária: 
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Dec 15, 2004 Dec 16, 2004
Adotados on 17/10/2018
Referência: 
ECO/461-EESC-2018
Reunião plenária: 
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Oct 17, 2018 Oct 18, 2018

The EESC strongly rejects the Commission's proposal to cut the EU's budget by 10% in real terms and urges the Member States (MS) to find solutions that allow this budget to be kept at the same level as the 2014-2020 programming period.

EESC opinion: Common Provisions Regulation 2021-2027

Adotados on 26/02/2014
Referência: 
NAT/615-EESC-2013-5165
Reunião plenária: 
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Feb 26, 2014 Feb 27, 2014

In several Eastern and Southern EU countries there is a steady flow of young people leaving their hometowns to find work in distant cities. This is a worrisome trend. An ever-increasing global food demand will require in the near future that all agricultural surfaces be cultivated.

To abandon large production areas is a luxury that the EU cannot afford. In order to attach young workers to their rural territories, or to bring them back if they are already gone, the availability of good job opportunities is a necessary condition but not a sufficient one. Education and health services, ICT links, even cultural activities have to reach a minimum level that makes living in these places not only acceptable but indeed attractive.

 

 

EESC opinion: Towards a more balanced territorial development

30/05/2016

Mr van Iersel, President of the ECO Section and Mr Haken, vice-president of the ECO Section, represented the EESC at the Informal Meeting of Ministers responsible for urban policy which took place on 30 May 2016 in Amsterdam. After decades of working together towards a common European urban project, it is within this context that the 28 Ministers, along with representatives from other EU Institutions, cities and urban authorities agreed on the "Pact of Amsterdam" which sets out the principles of the EU Urban Agenda.

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