"Transformation numérique en Bulgarie - Défis et opportunités dans le contexte de l'avenir numérique de l'Europe" est l'avis que le CES a adopté lors de sa dernière session plénière. Il examine l'impact du processus de numérisation sur des domaines clés de la vie publique et son importance pour le développement du potentiel économique de la Bulgarie et l'amélioration de la qualité de vie des citoyens, ont résumé les deux corapporteurs Plamen Dimitrov et Radosvet Radev.
The Economic and Social Council (ESC) of Bulgaria adopted an opinion on "The European Green Deal - Economic, Social and Environmental Challenges and Possible Solutions for Bulgaria". The Bulgarian Economic and Social Council is one of the first institutions in the country to issue an official position on the European Green Deal and its impact on Bulgaria.
ILO Monitor: COVID-19 and the world of work. 3rd Edition
La pandémie de COVID-19, avec ses conséquences socio-économiques de grande envergure, appelle à un dialogue social tripartite efficace et à une coopération réunissant les gouvernements et les organisations d’employeurs et de travailleurs afin de concevoir des stratégies et des politiques efficaces pour faire face à ses impacts.
Arno Metzler, Chairman of the EESC Group III, is a guest of the Bulgarian Economic and Social Council. Mr Metzler is visiting Sofia for a conference organised by the EESC at the Western Balkans National Assembly: A clear roadmap for progress.
“Circular Economy - Features and Opportunities” is the topic of the latest opinion adopted by the Economic and Social Council in 2019. During the plenary discussion ESC members identified the circular economy as a topic "from" and "about" the future that is not so well known to the public but should find its place in public awareness, including by disseminating knowledge and information about it.
The Bulgarian Economic and Social Council strongly supports the process of rapprochement and accession of the Western Balkan countries to the EU. It is necessary for the institutions of organised civil society in these countries to work closely together to gain synergies in their efforts to accelerate their accession, said Prof. Lalko Dulevski, Ph.D. - President of the Economic and Social Council, at a conference on the Western Balkans: A clear roadmap for progress at the National Assembly. The conference was organised by the European Economic and Social Committee. Bulgarian Commissioner Maria Gabriel, Deputy Chairperson of the National Assembly Christian Vigenin, MEPs, ambassadors, representatives of the EESC and citizens' organizations from Northern Macedonia, Albania, Serbia and Montenegro took part in the forum.
The Economic and Social Council adopted the opinion "Challenges to Businesses in the Context of the Digitization of the Economy". With this document the ESC emphasizes on the digital transformation of Bulgarian businesses and restates that two years after the adoption of the Concept for Digital Transformation of Bulgarian Industry (Industry 4.0) there is still no Strategy 4.0. ESC calls for a faster adoption of this strategy and because of the fact that the National Development Strategy "Bulgaria 2030" is being elaborated, which outlines the first strategic goal namely technological transformation.