European Committee of the Regions

EENI- School of International Business

Subject Subject (Course): the European Committee of the Regions (EU). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the European Committee of the Regions (European Union)
  2. The principles and responsibilities of the European Committee of the Regions
  3. The role of the European Committee of the Regions in the elaboration of EU Policies and Legislation
  4. The five Priorities Policies of the European Committee of the Regions

Objectives of the Subject “European Committee of the Regions” are:

  1. To understand the role of the European Committee of the Regions
  2. To know their relation with the EU Policies and Legislation
  3. To analyse the Priorities Policies of the European Committee of the Regions

Credits

Subject “European Committee of the Regions” is studied...
  1. Online Masters: International Business, Europe

Languages of study: English or Spanish Comite Regiones French EU Portuguese EU.

Credits of the Subject “European Committee of the Regions”: 1 ECTS

Sample of the subject - European Committee of the Regions:
European Committee of the Regions

Description Subject Description - The European Committee of the Regions:

The Committee of the Regions of the European Union acts as the assembly of local and regional representatives of the European Union. It is made up of 350 representatives from all the EU countries. These representatives can influence the policies and legislations related to their cities or regions.

The European Committee of the Regions consists of 350 members, six commissions and five political groups. It usually holds six plenary sessions annually.

One of the objectives of the European Committee of the Regions is to bring the European Union closer to its citizens.

The European Committee of the Regions was established in 1994.

The Committee of the Regions of the European Union expresses its views on issues such as economic cohesion, social affairs, transport, education, employment, public health or climate change.

All the EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Romania, and Sweden) are members of the European Committee of the Regions.

The European Committee of the Regions belongs to the European Economic Area of the Western Civilisation.



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