Les étudiants du Onze-Lieve-Vrouwcollege de Zottegem font entendre la voix de la jeunesse belge sur les migrations en Europe
Latvijas skolēni paudīs viedokli par migrāciju Eiropā
Ar EESK pārstāves viesošanos Priekules vidusskolā 23. februārī sākas gatavošanās Eiropas jauniešu debatēm
Συμμετοχή μαθητών από την Καβάλα στη δημόσια συζήτηση της ευρωπαϊκής νεολαίας για τη μετανάστευση
Έναρξη της προετοιμασίας στις 23 Φεβρουαρίου, με επίσκεψη της ΕΟΚΕ στο ενδιαφερόμενο σχολείο
The EESC urges the EU Council to reiterate the commitment made in the Europe 2020 strategy, namely to reduce the number of people living below the poverty line by at least 20 million by 2020 and recommends that, when doing so, it take into account the Sustainable Development Goals.
Seven years since the start of the crisis, the Committee expresses its concern over high unemployment, which is an issue in certain Member States in particular. The 2016 AGS contains much more in the way of social analysis, objectives and goals, but for this new approach to be effective, it should not be based on the reiteration of the policy recommendations of previous years.
The Workers Group expresses its unqualified support for British and European workers, particularly at this moment when their rights are under constant threat at national, European and even International level.
On 1 February 2016, the Workers' Group organised an extraordinary meeting to discuss its political priorities and take stock of the ongoing legislative and policy work in the European institutions.
Yesterday the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) held the opening ceremony of the exhibition on women and young people in the construction sector. The exhibition is organised by the European Builders Confederation (EBC) and the EESC will host it for one month.
Resolution of the European Economic and Social Committee in support of the Schengen agreement
At its plenary session of 17 and 18 February 2016 (meeting of 17 February), the European Economic and Social Committee adopted this resolution by 216 to 1 with 4 abstentions.
At a meeting held at the Committee on 10 February 2016, Monsignor Lebeaupin emphasised that the Catholic Church wishes to maintain good relations with the European institutions, pointed to the principle of the centrality of the human being in socio-economic policies, to which he is firmly committed, and expressed, in particular, his concerns regarding humanitarian and development aid.