Have a say on engagement in EU affairs

The European Commission has commissioned a study on the establishment of a ‘European house for Civil Society’, as part of looking at ways to improve the engagement of the public in EU affairs and to increase participation in policymaking.

Civil society organisations play an essential role in these efforts, providing the interface between citizens and the EU institutions, and a short survey explores what they think of current initiatives and what they want in relation to EU affairs in the future, http://www.ghkint.com/surveys/civilsocietyorganisations-en/. The survey for individuals is at http://www.ghkint.com/surveys/civilsociety/.

Responses by 31st January.

(Source: Euclid Network)