European Pilar for Social Rights to be applied in all the Members States of EU and not just in the Euro area as it is proposed in the draft. This proposal of the President of the Bulgarian ESC prof. Lalko Dulevski was broadly supported during the Annual meeting of the Presidents and Secretaries General of the EU Member States and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) which was held on 6th and 7th of October 2016 in Madrid. Fifteen National Economic and Social Councils took part at the Meeting as well as the EESC President Georgios Dassis.
BULGARIA TO BE PART OF EUROPEAN PILLAR OF SOCIAL RIGHTS DRAFT03 October 2016Bulgaria to be part of the European Pillar of Social Rights draft project - this united all the participants in the discussion on the outline of the European Commission for establishing an European Pillar of Social Rights. The discussion was organised by the Economic and Social Council (ESC) of Bulgaria in partnership with the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). The meeting was attended...
Sofia will hold a discussion WITH the CIVIL SOCIETY on the preliminary outline OF the EUROPEAN PILLAR OF SOCIAL RIGHTS29 September 2016On 3 October in Sofia, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the Economic and Social Council (ESC) of Bulgaria are organizing a discussion with the civil society on the preliminary outline of the European pillar of social rights, which will be held from 10 am in “Serdika” Hall of “Sofia Hotel Balkan”. The discussion will be attended by representatives of employers...
is the “bridge” between citizens and the national government. Its mission is to support such “bridging” so as to facilitate the communication between the society and the national government. It is the new and modern institution of the civil dialogue.
The ESC's mission is to promote civil society organisations access to and involvement in the process of decision-making on strategic economic and social issues.
The main goal of ESC's operation is to enable different representatives of organised civil society to feel free to state their views whereas unanimity on matters of common interest is encouraged. The Council expresses and protects civil society interests by communicating agreed statements and proposals submitted by its members to the executive and legislative authorities.