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Role of the economic and social interest groups in implementing social measures (particularly vocational training) to back up economic development drawn up for the third Euro-Mediterranean Summit of economic and social councils and similar bodies, tobe held in Morocco in November 1997
by Economic and Social Committee of the European Communities in Brussels
Written in English
|Statement||rapporteur: Mr. Cal.|
|Series||Information report of the Section for External Relations, Trade and Development Policy|
|Contributions||Economic and Social Committee of the European Communities. Section for External Relations, Trade and Development Policy., Euro-Mediterranean Summit of Economic and Social Councils and Similar Bodies, (3rd : 1997 : Morocco)|
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The role of the economic and social interest groups in implementing social measures (particularly vocational training) to back up economic development. The preparatory work on this report was carried out by the ESC members and rapporteur's and groups' experts listed below: President: Mr BOUSSAT (Rule 54 - Mr Vever) Rapporteur: Mr CAL.
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Interest groups can thwart useful reforms, and they can also pressure legislators into introducing legislation that imposes costs on others to satisfy. Economic and social interest groups with a regional outreach should be included in such structures. Other issues addressed in the final declaration of the conference include the role of non-state actors in the implementation of the Cotonou Agreement and the topic of 'Human Resources for Development'.
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