Consultative Committee of the European Coal and Steel Community

Comité consultatif de la Communauté européenne du charbon et de l'acier
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Beratender Ausschuss der Europäischen Gemeinschaft für Kohle und Stahl
Comité Consultivo de la Comunidade Européia do Carvão e do Aço
Comitato Consultivo della Comunità Europea del Carbone e dell'Acciaio
Raadgevend Comité van de Europese Gemeenschap voor Kolen en Staal
Det Rådgivende Udvalg for det Europaeiske Kul- og Stålfaellesskab
Euroopan Hiili-ja Teräsyhteisön Neuvoa-antava Komitea
Rådgivanda Kommittén för Europeiska Kol och Stålgemenskapen
Simvulevtiki Epitropi tis Evropaikis Kinotitas Anfraka ke Haliva

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History

25 Aug 1952, Luxembourg, by Article 18 of Treaty Establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (Treaty of Paris), instituting European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), signed 18 Apr 1951, Paris (France), and ratified by the parliaments of Member countries between 31 Oct 1951 and 16 June 1952. The Treaty made provision for a Consultative Committee to help in decision-making by the ECSC executive, the High Authority. This High Authority remained in force until July 1967, on coming into force of the treaty merging the ECSC executive with those of the European Community and European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). Since the coming into force of this Treaty, the Consultative Committee has maintained a similar role with respect to European Commission (EC). Also referred to as ECSC Consultative Committee -- Comité consultatif de la CECA -- Comité Consultivo de la CECA -- Beratender Ausschuss der EGKS -- Comité Consultivo de la CECA -- Comitato Consultivo della CECA -- Raadgevend Comité van de EGKS -- Det Rådgivende Udvalg for EKSF -- Simvulevtiki Epitropi tis EKAH, the Committee comes within the framework of European Communities (EC), the first pillar of the European Union (EU). Ceased to exist 23 July 2002. Consultative Committee on Industrial Change (CCMI) continues the work encompassing all aspects relating to industrial change.

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Activities

The Committee complements the role of Euratom Scientific and Technical Committee (Euratom STC) and of European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) (the latter comprising representatives of employers, trade unions and other interested groups). It normally holds 4 ordinary sessions a year, plus frequent extraordinary sessions, sessions being prepared in subcommittee meetings. The Committee comprises 3 equal categories, representatives of producers, workers, consumers and dealers in the coal and steel sectors, appointed in a personal capacity for a 2-year term by Council of the European Union - in the case of producers and workers from lists submitted by representative organizations. Currently 3 standing subcommittees: Markets and Forward Studies; Labour Problems; Research Projects. Currently 1 special subcommittee: Central and Eastern European Countries. The European Commission can consult the Committee whenever it considers appropriate and under the ECSC Treaty is obliged to do so in many cases. The Treaty also lays down those areas of Commission activity about which the Committee must be informed. In addition, the Committee may itself decide to meet to discuss a particular question. Minutes of Consultative Committee discussions are sent to the Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and the Economic and Social Committee. Discussions may result in reports, opinions, or resolutions, which are sent to the same institutions (and which may be published in the Official Journal of the European Communities).

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 15 countries
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Subjects *

  • Resources
    • Coal
  • Society
    • Communities
  • Industry
    • Iron, Steel

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

UIA Org ID

E0664

Last News Received

19. Jun 2003
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.

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