European Economic and Social Committee

European Economic and Social Committee

Date of entry: July 2, 1999

Member of AICESIS

European Economic and Social Committee

  • Mission and attributions

Committed to European integration, the EESC contributes to strengthening the democratic legitimacy and effectiveness of the European Union by enabling civil society organisations from the Member States to express their views at European level. This Committee fulfills three key missions:

  • helping to ensure that European policies and legislation tie in better with economic, social and civic circumstances on the ground, by assisting the European Parliament, Council and European Commission, making use of EESC members' experience and representativeness, dialogue and efforts to secure consensus serving the general interest;
  • promoting the development of a more participatory European Union which is more in touch with popular opinion, by acting as an institutional forum representing, informing, expressing the views of and securing dialogue with organized civil society; promoting the values on which European integration is founded and advancing, in Europe and across the world, the cause of democracy and participatory democracy, as well as the role of civil society organizations.

Main publications/studies

http://www.eesc.europa.eu/?i=portal.en.publications

 

Contacts

(32-2) 546-90-11 (Standard) / (32-2) 546-81-10 / 546-98-76

(32-2) 513-48-93 (Standard) / (32-2) 546-94-69

tatiana.adamisova@eesc.europa.eu / sonia.calvy@eesc.europa.eu

www.eesc.europa.eu

99, rue Belliard - B - 1040 BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

Organisation on 1 July in Dakar (Senegal) of a joint workshop UCESA-UCESIF on "The challenges of climate change, responses and funding to support mitigation and adaptation of economies - The COP 21 challenges ".

The General Assembly was held in Rabat (Morocco) on June 11. On the occasion the Moroccan ESEC took the UCESIF presidency.

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