The EESC President, Georges Dassis, participated in the 2016 edition of the 'Spotlight on Jobs' conference, dedicated to labour issues. The event addressed various thematic issues, such as the reform of the labour market, the new role of trade unions, immigration, and innovation. He emphasised the ...
The President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Georges Dassis, will be a guest at the Luci sul lavoro (Spotlight on work) festival in Montepulciano, where he will meet with the Italian Minister for Labour and Social Policy, Giuliano Poletti (Thursday 7 July), and take part in the workshop on Economic governance of the European Union and strengthening the social pillar: how to combine stability, growth and jobs (Friday 8 July at 10.30 a.m.).
Georges Dassis, President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), has attended the 30th anniversary of the Catalonia Information Center for Foreign Workers (CITE) in Barcelona, this Friday, 1 July.
Georges Dassis, President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), took part in the 30th anniversary event of the Catalonia Information Center for Foreign Workers (CITE) in Barcelona, on 1st July.
Interview with President Luca Jahier on the Brexit
On 4 July, the President of the European Economic and Social Committee met with Kornelios Korneliou Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the EU. Georges Dassis had a constructive discussion with the Mr. Korneliou discussing particularly the outcome of the referendum that took place in the United Kingdom on 23 June.
The Europe we want, the Europe we need! Joint declaration by Georges Dassis and Conny Reuter
On 30 June, Pierre-Jean Coulon, President of the Section for Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and the Information Society of the European Economic and Social Committee (profile), participated in the seminar on "The role of electricity networks in the energy transition" at the French Senate in Paris.
"There is an urgent need for structural changes, political innovation and systemic change where the social economy and civil society should be at the heart of these changes, acting as catalysts, innovators and facilitators of this transformation"
CBI and TUC publish joint statement on the impact of the EU referendum vote on workers and the economy