As we have all experienced, 2020 has been a year of great challenges, which has – to some extent – put to test our cornerstone habits, methods and ways of life. The COVID-19 pandemic resulted, and still does, in moments of grief and sadness. Yet, it may also serve an opportunity to stop and reflect on how to reconstruct our society, so that no-one will be left behind.
Having that in mind, the virtual 2021 EESC Civil Society Days gain a significant importance in gathering European citizens, civil society organisations and the European institutions together to discuss our future.
In order to reach a Sustainable Recovery for the Future of Europe’s citizens, ecological and digital transitions have to be guaranteed, without losing our key values – be they solidarity, human rights respect, social justice, equality and democracy.
How to reconstruct our society, so that no-one will be left behind
In the occasion of the EESC Civil Society Days, which will take place on the first week of March – from 1st to 5th – different workshops have been organised, on key topics: from youth activism, to Green Deal, and from social economy to multilateral sustainable democracy.
During the first online workshop, ALDA General Secretary, Antonella Valmorbida, will join the event entitled “Promoting democracy at different levels and in the digital era”, together with other experts and professionals, as Ken Godfrey, EPD Executive Director; Esther Nass, Director EU Affairs, Civocracy; and Cristian Pîrvulescu, President of the FRRL Group, European Economic and Social Committee
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