In pursuit of economic growth and the sustainable development goals (SDGs), the European Investment Bank - the EU-Bank - has been called upon by the European Council to step up its support to the European Union’s neighbourhood. The Bank’s newly launched Economic Resilience Initiative will allow the blending of funds from the donor community with EIB financing. Thus it will scale up blended funding in favour of critical investments through intensified EIB activity.
The European Commission supported by the European Investment Bank (fi-compass) is organising the sixth macro-regional event on financial instruments under the European Fund for Agriculture and Rural Development (EAFRD).
The meeting of the high-level political forum on sustainable development in 2017 convened under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council, will be held from 10 July to 19 July 2017, including a three-day ministerial meeting.
As part of the public consultation on its Complaints Mechanism, the EIB will organise a meeting on 29 June 2017 in Brussels. This meeting is open to all interested stakeholders and offers the opportunity to exchange directly with EIB staff about the Bank’s Complaints Mechanism policy and the key issues at stake within the review.
The Seventh Cohesion Forum is a large scale political event held every three years, bringing together more than 700 people including high level representatives from European institutions, central governments, regional and local representatives, economic and social partners, NGOs and academics
The Politico Cities4Climate 2020 series showcases specific projects and initiatives that foster smart and sustainable growth in global cities to meet the 2020 deadline established through the Paris Climate Agreement.
A high-level conference dedicated to migration management will be organised on 21 June 2017. Its objective is to raise the attention and create a sense of urgency ahead of the European Council on 22-23 June that will notably discuss migration and review progress on the implementation of the Malta Declaration and the external aspects of migration.
As part of a series of events organised to debate current trends in investment and investment finance at the national level in different EU Member States, the EIB is co-organising a half-day conference on “Investment and Investment Finance – the case of Romania” with the Central Bank of Romania.