This study deals with the use of hydrogen for the de-carbonization of the Resources and Energy Intensive Industries (REIIs) and gives a specific insight of the situation of the steel-making industry.
Labour Market Observatory (LMO) study
Volunteering happens when volunteer energy (willingness, capability and availability to volunteer) and volunteer opportunities (possibility to volunteer) are matched. The objective of this study is to create classifications of volunteer energy and volunteer opportunities, providing a qualitative overview of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) that volunteering is facing in the EU.
This publication is a compendium of studies carried out in 2020 at the EESC.
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.
Best practice examples of social partner involvement in measures and initiatives aimed at palliating the socio-economic impact of the pandemic
This study examines major reform proposals of EU fiscal rules from an economic and legal perspective.
This research report has been produced in the context of a project entitled ‘The definition of worker in the platform economy’ (CES/FSA/09/2020), which was commissioned by the workers’ group of the European Economic and Social Committee. The report aims to contribute to the debates on platform workers’ risks and regulatory solutions.
The study provides an overview of the extent to which a selection of national post-COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Plans have adopted the principles of wellbeing economy and sustainable development. A key focus of the report is assessing the extent to which representatives of civil society have contributed to the plans and on their envisaged future role in the implementation of the planned reforms and investments.
This study sheds light on the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence (AI) uptake for Europe’s MSMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises), with specific attention to the most vulnerable groups such as micro-enterprises, family companies, enterprises in remote areas and mono-entrepreneurs.