Transparency, Accountability and Integrity in the EU Institutions: the future of the Transparency Register

Author
Daniel Freund
Date
26 August, 2016
Type
Event
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Invitation to a breakfast panel discussion

European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association (EPACA) and Transparency International EU invite you to join us for a panel discussion following the closure of the public consultation on a proposal for a mandatory Transparency Register.

The event will bring together key people from the EU institutions that are responsible for shaping the future proposal, to explore the issues under consideration and stimulate a discussion about the future of transparency in the EU.

Panelists

Michelle Sutton, Deputy Head of Cabinet, First-Vice President Frans Timmermans, European Commission

Aidan O’Sullivan, Head of Cabinet to the European Ombudsman

Sven Giegold, MEP (DE:Greens/EFA) (TBC)

When

08.30-10.30, Tuesday 06 September 2016

Where

FTI Consulting, Avenue Marnix 23, 1000 Brussels (Trône metro)

RSVP: Maybrit Thøgersen at info@epaca.org by 1 September 2016

Related Projects

Integrity Watch

EU Integrity Watch is a central hub of online tools that allow citizens, journalists and civil society to monitor the integrity of decisions made by politicians in the EU

Resources

7,000 and Counting: Lobby meetings of the European Commission

Policy Paper on the EU legislative footprint

Lobbying of the European Union (EU) needs to become more transparent and open to public scrutiny. EU policy-makers should therefore collect and disclose comprehensive information on who influences whom in the European Union EU decision-making process to ensure a level playing field for all interest representatives and thus balanced legislative outcomes.

Lobby meetings of the European Commission

Transparency International EU has published new analysis of lobbying in Brussels on 1 December 2015. It reveals that the overwhelming majority of lobby meetings held by European Commissioners and their closest advisors are with representatives of corporate interests.

Lobbying in Europe

Want to know more? Get in touch

Daniel Freund

Head of Advocacy EU Integrity
dfreund@transparency.org