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Ref: I-163455
Date: 09/11/2018

Ref: I-154623
Date: 26/04/2018

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Date: 26/04/2018

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Date: 26/04/2018

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Date: 26/04/2018

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Date: 07/02/2018

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Date: 07/02/2018

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Date: 08/12/2017

Ref: I-147776
Date: 07/12/2017
EESC Plenary Session: Civil Society Prize
On 7 December 2017, Georges Dassis, President of the EESC (European Economic and Social Committee), took part to the 2017 Civil Society Prize - Award Ceremony, in Brussels.The EESC was pleased to announce the five winners of the 9th edition of the Civil Society Prize, which rewarded initiatives which aim at the labor market integration of newcomers and all the people who are distant from the labor market and require specific support.An evaluation panel composed of ten experts chose the winners among the 111 applications received from 25 Member States. The work of the panel was very challenging and rewarding, considering the high level and quality of the applications.The first prize, of a value of 14.000 EUR, went to Discovering hands (Germany), a project which trains blind and visually impaired women, using their superior tactile sense to enhance early breast cancer detection.The other prizes, of a value of 9.000 EUR each, went to:REvive Greece, which helps refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to integrate into the receiving countries by teaching them computer programming and connecting them with young European entrepreneurs.DUO for a JOB (Belgium), an intergenerational and intercultural mentoring programme which offers a free 6-month individual service for young migrant job seekers with people over 50 years of age who have professional experience in a similar field to theirs;Progetto Quid (Italy), an ethical fashion brand which helps vulnerable and disadvantaged groups such as asylum seekers, victims of slavery, prostitution and domestic violence to enter the labour market; Institute of Robotics for Dependency (IRD) (Spain) with its project Laundry ID aimed at creating jobs for people with disabilities in a laundry service technologically redesigned and adapted to their needs.

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Date: 05/12/2017

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