Covid-19

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  • Webinar initiated by the trainees of the EESC with support of SOC & LMO

    Struggling to find your first job? The coronavirus pandemic has shocked young Europeans who are about to enter the labour market. Through this webinar, the trainees of the European Economic and Social Committee want to help increase the public and political awareness of the challenging situation of European graduates, apprentices, job entrants and young professionals during this exceptional time and the months to come. Let's discuss concrete strategies on how to succeed in the labour market despite the crisis, but also the broader political context. Join us live!

  • EESC SDO Webinar

    The webinar will serve to reflect on the building blocks for a new structured approach to youth engagement in climate and sustainability policies at EU level. The discussion will feed into the EESC Own-initiative opinion on "Towards structured youth engagement on climate and sustainability".  ► Watch again  

  • EESC SDO Webinar

    The webinar is organised to provide input into the preparation of an EESC own-initiative opinion on "Towards an EU strategy on sustainable consumption". The opinion will contribute to the reflection on post-crisis recovery by providing concrete recommendations for a comprehensive strategy on sustainable consumption, as part of the European Green Deal. ► Watch again

  • EESC SDO Webinar

    The webinar will serve to bring the concept of wellbeing economy to the debate in the EU. By presenting several perspectives, it will contribute to the debate on the post-COVID recovery and reconstruction at the level of the EESC. ► Watch again

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    Study
    83 pages

    Study of the EESC Employers' Group together with the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) – final report

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    Study
    158 pages

    How COVID-19 changed the playing field for European SMEs

    The objective of this study is to develop a systematic classification of COVID-19 (and international crisis)-related impacts on SMEs.

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    76 pages

    This report examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the work of civil society organisations (CSOs) across Europe. It also focuses on how solutions implemented in individual EU Member States have impacted CSOs' ability to exercise their fundamental rights and freedoms.

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    Workplace-tailored solutions are key 

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    Study
    95 pages

    Best practice examples of social partner involvement in measures and initiatives aimed at palliating the socio-economic impact of the pandemic

  • Presentation by
    Filip Pazderski
    Organisation
    Institute of Public Affairs (IPA)
    Presentation by Filip Pazderski - COVID-19 implications on CSOs’ fundamental rights and civic space