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Conference: The Corridors of Power

AGENDA We thank you for your participation and look forward to fruitful exchanges at the our conference on 6 and 7 December. To access the full agenda including the location of all venues, please click here. For any further questions or details,...
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Tusk nudges the Council towards voting transparency*

Donald Tusk has made a rare move: the position of a Member State on a specific decision was made public – something that is far from being the norm. Tusk used his position to hold Hungary to account, simultaneously defending the integrity of the...
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Overfishing in the Darkness

Download Report This publication explores the link between continued overfishing of EU waters and the lack of transparency in the Council. It argues that greater transparency in the Council’s decision-making process could help to end...
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Transparency International at the College of Europe

Over the 2015/16 academic year Transparency International EU worked closely with the College of Europe in Bruges to raise awareness on issues of corruption and democratic legitimacy among students eager to work with EU institutions in Brussels....
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Fudging the Eurozone budget rules

Yesterday the European Commission effectively proposed to cancel sanctions against Spain and Portugal foreseen by EU budget rules, subject to the approval of Eurozone governments. While more flexible budget rules are welcome, their reinterpretation...