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by Mayssa Badr on 10th February 2011
One year ago the Barroso II Commission took office. To mark the Commission’s 1st Birthday, we asked actors from across the world of EU policy-making to tell us how you thought they did.
More than 320 respondents from all corners of the EU policy making world took part in our online survey, which asked questions about achievements of the European Commission as a body, as well as for each of the 27 individual Commissioners.
The results were presented on 9 February in Brussels by a panel composed of John Wyles (Senior Advisor, EPC), Jim Currie (Chairman, Burson-Marsteller Brussels), David Earnshaw (CEO, Burson-Marsteller), Tim King (Editor, European Voice) and moderated by Karen Massin (COO, Burson-Marsteller Brussels).
by Mayssa Badr on 9th February 2011
One year ago the Barroso II Commission took office. To mark the Commission’s 1st Birthday, we asked actors from across the world of EU policy-making to tell us how you thought they did. We received responses from across the policy-making spectrum, both in and outside of Brussels. Today we launched the results.
by Mayssa Badr on 8th February 2011
How successful has the European Commission been in its first year in office? And, what challenges will the Commissioners face in the next 12 months? We are pleased to invite you to the launch of the survey results on Wednesday 9 February 10h00 until 11h30 at the Résidence Palace – IPC.
VoteWatch.eu launches report “Voting in the 2009-2014 European Parliament: How Do MEPs Vote after Lisbon?”
by Mayssa Badr on 27th January 2011
Event – “Anti-Counterfeit Trade Agreement-The holy grail of intellectual property protection?” from 1230-1400 on Tuesday 9 November 2010 at Burson-Marsteller
by Mayssa Badr on 2nd November 2010
by Mayssa Badr on 21st September 2010
Centre-right wins most seats as nationalists enter parliament
by Mayssa Badr on 6th September 2010
Over the last decade, there has been an unprecedented level of activity in Brussels to regulate the safety, quality, labelling, nutritional value, marketing and origin of the food we eat. The pace of change shows little sign of slowing down, with new issues and unfinished business continuing to occupy the attention of politicians and regulators, as well as of the food and agricultural industry, health groups, and consumers.