On 12 December, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) awarded prizes to five civil society organisations who stand up for equal opportunities for women and men, raise awareness about women's potential and achievements, and contribute to their empowerment in Europe's society and economy.
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Europeiska ekonomiska och sociala kommittén (EESK) har utlyst 2019 års pris till det civila samhället. Årets tema är ”Fler kvinnor i Europas samhälle och ekonomi”, och priset kommer att tilldelas innovativa initiativ och projekt som syftar till att kämpa för lika möjligheter för kvinnor och män och likabehandling av dem på alla områden av det ekonomiska och sociala livet.
The EESC plans to launch the 11th edition of the civil society prize in the second quarter of 2019.
The prize will be open to civil society organisations and individuals and will reward initiatives that have made a significant contribution to promoting European identity and integration.
Last chance to compete for the EESC Civil Society Prize 2018 on identities, European values and cultural heritage in Europe! Applications closing soon
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is inviting organisations and individuals who work for a better Europe to put themselves forward for the Civil Society Prize, which this year is promoting initiatives to do with European values, identities and cultural heritage. The deadline is 7 September 2018.
The EESC plans to launch the 10th edition of the civil society prize in the second quarter of 2018.
The indicative deadline for applications will be in September 2018. The total value of the prize to be shared among up to five winners is likely to be 50.000 EUR. The prize award ceremony is expected to take place on 13 December 2018.
Initiatives from Greece, Belgium, Italy and Spain are awarded the other prizes
The five winning initiatives show what is being done by numerous NGOs across Europe to help some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in society enter the labour market.
The 2017 Civil Society Prize recognises outstanding initiatives which help people furthest away from the labour market
The EESC has launched its 2017 Civil Society Prize. This year, the EESC will reward innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship for the future of work undertaken by civil society, focusing on young people, migrants and other people who have difficulty accessing the labour market. A total of EUR 50.000 will be awarded to a maximum of five winners. The deadline for applications is 8 September 2017 while the award ceremony will take place on 7 December 2017 in Brussels.
Hungarian NGO Artemisio Foundation awarded first prize for championing diverse and multicultural society in Hungary
The record number of 284 applications for this year's EESC Civil Society Prize on Migration, has clearly shown that migration and the integration of refugees continues to be a major area of action and concern for European Civil Society. The 2016 Prize will reward model and inspiring projects that represent the best of human solidarity in Europe and which have demonstrated real on the ground impact.