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2019 EESC Civil Society Prize, Brussel

Atomium in Brussel.
© Kevin Bergenhenegouwen
datum 6 september 2019
plaats Brussel, België
organisatie Europees Economisch en Sociaal Comité (EESC)

Rewarding excellence in civil society initiatives

Theme of the 2019 prize: "More women in Europe's society and economy"

The 2019 prize will reward innovative initiatives carried out by civil society organisations and/or individuals on the territory of the EU which aim to raise awareness of and fight for gender equality in the EU.

The aim of the Civil Society Prize, which is awarded annually, is to reward and encourage tangible initiatives and achievements by civil society organisations and/or individuals that have made a significant contribution to promoting European identity and integration. Its overall objective is to raise awareness of the contribution that civil society organisations and/or individuals can make to the creation of a European identity and citizenship in a way that underpins the common values that shore up European integration.

The prize, which has a total value of 50 000 € is open to civil society organisations officially registered within the European Union and acting at European, national, regional or local level. It is furthermore open to individuals.

Applications are now closed. Over 170 applications from 27 Member States - all Member States but Luxembourg - were received. The applications will be evaluated by a panel of 10 experts. Winners are expected to be notified towards the end of November. The awards ceremony will take place during the EESC plenary session on 11-12 December 2019.

Thank you to all the applicants, as well as to all those who helped spread the word about the prize.

Hashtag on Twitter: #CivSocPrize

EESC on Twitter: @EU_EESC


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Europees Economisch en Sociaal Comité (EESC)

In het Europees Economisch en Sociaal Comité (EESC) zitten mensen uit allerlei organisaties in de maatschappij, zoals bedrijven, vakbonden en milieugroepen. Het comité is in 1957 opgericht.

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