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Second meeting of the European Committee for Social Cohesion

Strasbourg, France 24/11/2022
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Second meeting of the European Committee for Social Cohesion

The European Committee for Social Cohesion (CCS) will hold its 2nd meeting on 24 November 2022 in Strasbourg, France and via videoconference.

The Committee will review the progress made under the 2022-2023 work plan, will exchange views and make proposals for future activities.

The Committee will also discuss two draft reports: on Challenges related to social cohesion in implementing the UN sustainable development goals, which will be presented by Prof. Lauri Leppik, the author, and on Transition to green economy – social cohesion aspects: how the European green deal agenda interacts with social cohesion, which will be presented by Prof. Philip von Brockdorff, the author.

Moreover, the members of the Committee will be invited to appoint a member of the Bureau, a Rapporteur on Gender Equality and a Rapporteur on Roma and Traveller Issues.

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  About the European Committee for Social Cohesion

The European Committee for Social Cohesion (CCS) is a Council of Europe intergovernmental committee mandated to work in the area of social cohesion. It conducts activities aimed at building inclusive societies in which everyone can enjoy their social rights, especially those guaranteed by the European Social Charter. The Committee’s work places a particular emphasis on vulnerable groups, persons with disabilities and young people.

The CCS brings together representatives from 46 members States, from other Council of Europe bodies and committees, and from international institutions and other relevant stakeholders.

The Committee members, designated by the governments of Council of Europe member States, are high ranking officials expert in the field of social cohesion and social rights. 

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Social Rights Deaprtment
Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law
Council of Europe
1, quai Jacoutot
F – 67075 Strasbourg Cedex
Email: [email protected]