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    Exhibition of photographs taken by the British photojournalist Giles Duley

     

    In the framework of a cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Giles Duley is capturing the stories of the refugees arriving on the Greek island of Lesvos.

     

    Mr Duley will take part at the opening and present his work in person

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    The European Economic and Social Committee is pleased to invite you to a photo exhibition.

    This collection is a tribute to the Italian miners' families, who lived in Marcinelle (Belgium) during the decade 1946–1956. It has been inspired by the stories and memories of the women of Cesare Di Berardino's family.

     

    Exhibition in Foyer 6 of the JDE building from 22nd September to 14th October 2016

     

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    Working with nature

    The European Economic and Social Committee has the pleasure of inviting you to a poster exhibition on Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
    It has been developed by Pesticide Action Network Europe, the International Organisation for Biological Control and the International Biocontrol Manufacturers' Association. It consists of 11 posters explaining the general principles of IPM, which is as an ecosystem approach to crop protection that combines different strategies to minimise the use of pesticides.

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    Photos by Czeslaw Czaplinski

    Photo exhibition on Andrzej Wajda, recently deceased Polish film director. Wajda is considered one of Poland’s greatest directors, who over his long career received an honorary Oscar and Palme d’Or. Many of his films were inspired by turbulent wartime and communist history.

    Although well known in Poland, Andrzej Wajda is not equally known in Europe and the exhibition would therefore aim at making its work and life known to a wider public. The photos were taken by Czeslaw Czaplinski, world-renowned artist photographer, journalist and documentary film maker.

    The exhibition will run from 21 December 2016 to 31 January 2017 – closing event on 25 January 2017.

     

    Venue: EESC – JDE building,
    rue Belliard 99 – 6th floor – Foyer 6

    Monday to Thursday: 9 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. and Friday: 8.30 a.m. – 3.30 p.m

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    The exhibition focuses on an accessible society for autistic persons. Pictures were taken by three photographers from the UK, Poland and Luxembourg, all aiming to help people understand what accessibility means for autistic persons and what kind of obstacles they face in their everyday life. Ultimately, the exhibition also aims at celebrating human diversity and at triggering a reflection on how to create the conditions for better inclusion for all in our community.

    Photographs: Graham Miller, Michał Awin and André Weisgerber

  • On June 2016, the Commission and the European external Action service presented the Joint Communication 'Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations'.  In it, three work streams are outlined:

    - Supporting culture as an engine for sustainable social and economic development.

    - Promoting Culture and intercultural dialogue for peaceful inter-community relations.

    - Reinforcing cooperation of cultural heritage.

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    The External Relations Section (REX) of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is responsible for dialogue between European civil society organisations and their homologues from the countries with which the European Union has formal relations (e.g. under the form of a Free Trade Agreement). Through this dialogue, made possible by a series of bilateral bodies, and through specialized opinions and information reports, the Committee is able to concretely contribute to EU foreign policy.

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    This study is conducted to better understand youngsters' relationship with the EU. The study examines 14- to 18-year-old youngsters' perceptions, and knowledge of the EU as well as their expectations towards the EU, and openness to the European diversity.

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    Executive summary

    This study is conducted to better understand youngsters' relationship with the EU. The study examines 14- to 18-year-old youngsters' perceptions, and knowledge of the EU as well as their expectations towards the EU, and openness to the European diversity.