CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS REQUEST WITHDRAWAL OF THE DRAFT LAW ON AMENDMENTS ON THE LAW ON SOCIAL PROTECTION

A group of civil society organisations is contesting the Draft Law on amendments on the Law on social protection in Serbia, after a non-transparent process of consultation by the Serbian government and several paragraphs that could undermine the rights of workers and the social welfare system in the country. The ECF, through its member organisation…

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Who we are? The European Civic Forum (ECF) is a transnational network that brings together over 100 associations and NGOs across 27 countries in Europe and is actively working to promote civic and popular ownership of Europe, to foster citizens’ participation and the emergence of a European public space where the role and influence of…

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We are looking for our Campaign officer

Who we are? The European Civic Forum (ECF) is a transnational network that brings together over 100 associations and NGOs across 27 countries in Europe and is actively working to promote civic and popular ownership of Europe, to foster citizens’ participation and the emergence of a European public space where the role and influence of…

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The European Citizenship Awards are back!

The European Citizenship Awards 2018 is a joint initiative between the European Civic Forum and Volonteurope, two European networks which promote active citizenship and recognition of the importance of social justice to the cohesion of communities across Europe. The Awards celebrate the democratic and civic engagement of individuals, organisations, citizens’ groups and social enterprises.  They…

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Sofia, here we come! European Civic Days – 29-31 May 2018

BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS and carrying forward the legacy of civil society forums in countries holding the EU Presidencies over the last ten years, the European Civic Forum joins forces with the Citizen Participation Forum, the BlueLink Foundation and the European Citizen Action Service to organize a European conference “Citizenship – Participation –Policies: Building Europe…

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Mark Zuckerberg continue sa tournée des excuses, sans résponse concrète et rassurante

Le patron de Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, s’est présenté hier devant le Parlement Européen pour répondre à des questions, ce qu’il a fait avec parcimonie. Hier, mardi 22 mai, Mark Zuckerberg a été invité à témoigner devant le Parlement européen, après un imbroglio et une annonce initiale que l’audition se déroulerait à huis clos et sans…

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