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The Centre Condorcet is a think tank which aims to stimulate Enlightenment core values of reason and humanism, inspired by one of its most innovative thinkers, Nicolas de Condorcet. The principal common project in Europe today, the European Union, may be in need of deep conceptual and operational innovation. The mantra that there are no alternative trajectories for managing common interests cannot be taken at face ; Many leading political and social scientists and economists have remarked that its dominant political and economic paradigms jeopardize the necessary social compromises in its societies. The fundamental consensus forged in the 1950s is fragmenting, a new one does not seem in the ; Indicative are the deepening inequalities within countries and between them, threats to the essence of democracy and civic rights, uncontrolled technological advances, neo-nationalism and eurocentrism, and alienation of large groups of citizens. At the end of the 18th century, Europe too was faced with deep social and economic shifts while political stagnation prevented adaptation. Then like now they are systemic problems which demand critical thinking, creativity and serendipity, and courage, as shown by ;      The Centre Condorcet has a double purpose: It will seek more attention for those thinkers who raise questions which may require the dominant paradigms to be re-evaluated. The Polish poet and diplomat Czeslaw Milosz analysed in the 1950s how European intellectuals became captive to system thinking and admiration of communism; others voiced similar concerns. It serves as a general warning about all –isms, to keep an open and critical, evidence-based mind. Why should centralising Europeanism and globalism, with their benefits, but equally with collateral effects, be an exception? The voices of contemporary intellectuals should be heard and enrich current debates about future social and economic arrangements in Europe.        It will serve as the platform for the independent tripartite High Level Groups for Policy Innovation. One such approach of re-evaluation started when the first group was launched by the EU’s Council Presidency in December 2011. Since then, they have developed into an original model for brainstorming about paradigm shifts in public policy. Their use of the Socratic method and the mutual belief of its participants in a European Common Good stimulate creativity and serendipity. Their independence allows them to engineer truly new ideas, free of formal and legal constraints, and to produce reports which can inspire a new generation of policies to deal more effectively with disruptive challenges that the countries and their Union are facing. Since the beginning, they have been served voluntarily by EPPA; ten years later, their expansion has led to setting-up a new home in the Centre ;      
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"Tahadhari Centerfor Climate and Migration in the Euro Med"(Tahadhari Center/TCCMEM ) is aimed to be a hotbed for policy research and resources in the field of Climate and Migration in Euro-Med region.'Tahadhari'in the Swahili language, which is considered the most widely spoken language in the region of the Sahara -countries that are exposed to acute climate crisis followed by forced displacement -means Alert!! The need to put attention and not anymore ignoring, which exactly defines the Center vision for activities.Tahadhari Center focuses on developing knowledge on climate induced migration, and works for shape the international climate migration policy, via research, stakeholders' meetings, working papers, media and more. The EU's Green Deal will be one of the strategic frame of the long term activities in vulnerable areas in Southern and Eastern Europe and in Africa -aimed to create a regional climate economy partnership that takes into account the weakest links and energy poverty, so that adaptation programs are not only targeting the environmental objectives but socially, economically, culturally adaptation oriented and lead to regional climate resilience and regional climate governance that includes clear reference to cross-continent situation.That is, the Tahadhari Center will work to reduce socio-economic disparities in environmental and climate issues -in an action model designed to achieve a dual goal of both risk reduction and poverty eradication, and both reducing gaps and empowering to implement energy innovation among disadvantaged population groups, with an emphasis on geographical areas of action in Africa and Southeast Europe.Tahadhari Center's action models are based on models from the start-up field of innovation, with a strong emphasis on establishing collaboration with business sector actors, applied science researchers, representatives of local organizations and local authorities. This model was developed by us in order to implement projects in the field of energy innovation, or for example innovative knowledge-based waste management, tools development for techno-climatic training of local populations in accordance with the capacity of population groups in the field as of agriculture and economic ventures, and to achieve UN 'SDGs and EU Green Deal objectives.The center 'activities includes Think-Tanks with diverse background and expertise, focusing on research, policy, media and communication, holding workshops, conferences, publications, and public events. 
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Founded in 2018, Friends of Smart Specialisation is an initiative from an independent group of experts and practitioners concerned for the future directions of smart specialisation. The group’s goal is to support the mainstreaming of Smart Specialisation as an instrument for strengthening the multi-level European innovation system.
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The Institute for Competitiveness (I-Com) is an Italian independent think tank based in Rome and Brussels, founded in 2005 by a group of scholars, professionals and managers. I-Com aims at influencing the public debate at Italian, European and international level, analysing the most important drivers for competitiveness and growth and particularly focusing on Digital, Energy & Mobility, Healthcare and Innovation. In order to reach its goals, I-Com carries out surveys, studies, papers, op-eds and promotes closed-door meetings and public events, backed by a wide network of participants ( highlevel institutional representatives, companies and associations). I-Com is member of the European Parliament’s European Internet Forum (EIF), the Global Trade and Innovation Policy Alliance (GTIPA) and PromethEUs, a newly set up network of Southern Europe think tanks working on digital issues.
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The European Roundtable on Climate Change and Sustainable Transition (ERCST) was launched in September 2016 under the umbrella of the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and is since November 2018  an independent non-profit association based in Brussels, Belgium.It aims to provide a neutral space where policy-makers and regulators can meet stakeholders to discuss climate change policy and how to manage the transition to a low GHG-economy in a sustainable way. While focused on European climate policy, ERCST fully recognises, and incorporates in its activities and thinking, the global dimension of climate change policy.Besides providing a place to meet, ERCST provides rigorous intellectual analysis in step with the EU and international political agenda, by using the experience and research input of its staff, and the input of the stakeholders who join its activities. ERCST aims to provide original ideas and research into European and international debates on climate change policy. ERCST represents its own views and strives to ensure in a very strict way its independence and integrity.ERCST focuses its work on a number of workstreams that operate with different formats such as Task Forces, moderated European Roundtables in Brussels and other capitals, briefings, and lunchtime meetings.
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The Center for Data Innovation is a non-profit, non-partisan think tank working at the intersection of data and public policy. It conducts high-quality, independent research and educational activities on the impact of the increased use of information on the economy and society. In addition, the Center for Data Innovation formulates and promotes pragmatic public policies designed to enable data-driven innovation in the public and private sector, create new economic opportunities, and improve quality of life.
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2019 will be a crucial year for the future of the And 70% of Europeans want to see more action on health. All Policies for a Healthy Europe (APHE) is an intersectoral initiative that aims to ensure that citizen’s health and well-being be a core priority for Europe and a strategic objective for the next Commission. We see health and well-being as crucial contributors to a new and stronger economic model: one that encompasses more than just GDP and fiscal rules, and which targets inclusive growth and sustainable development. We focus on the inextricable links between: healthy societies, a healthy environment, and healthy systems. And we embrace the potential of data and digital technologies that improve well-being.
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Club Alpbach Brussels is linked to European Forum Alpbach, an international forum of ideas started in 1947 where hundreds of international speakers discuss topical societal issues. As the Belgian branch of the forum, we organise events with individuals active in politics, law, business, etc. and grant scholarships to young people in order for them to attend the forum. Previous speakers have been Commissioners, one Vice-President of the European Parliament, academics, civil society representatives, and others.
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Sport and Citizenship is the leading European think tank in the field of sport. It aims to support the development of the European dimension of sport. Sport and Citizenship is dedicated to the study of European public policies in the field of sport, and the promotion of sport’s societal impact. Ultimately, Sport and Citizenshippromotes sport and physical activity as elements of a European identity. Therefore Sport and Citizenship has been committed since its very beginning to the launch of a European civic dialogue in the field of sport thanks to multidisciplinary and transverse reflections aiming at putting European sport stakeholders in relation with each other: governments, sport movement, as well as civil society, academics and the private sector. Reflections produced are then brought to the attention of policy makers with the objective that is recognized at European level a certain specificity of sport based on its social, educational and civic dimensions. Sport and Citizenshipis an apolitical and independent platform for innovative thinking on the role of ;
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We are European workers recruited by the EU after the 2004 Enlargement, without accountable equal opportunities (e.g. access to promotions, pensions or social dialogue). Our objective is to increase institutional transparency across the administration and promote social dialogue (e.g. Convention ILO98 Art.2).  We are a think-tank and informal social platform trying to support the EU public administration become more modern and more efficient, by offering access to social rights and preventing possible conflicts of interest between the employer and experienced trade unions.
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The Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation (BCFN) analyzes the complexity of current agri-food systems and, through a variety of initiatives, fosters change towards healthier and more sustainable lifestyles in order to achieve the Goals set by the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs).With its public initiatives and scientific research, BCFN provides recommendations to public decision makers and maintains an ongoing dialogue with its stakeholders by providing food related multidisciplinary studies and highlighting best practices; it engages the new generations by developing educational tools and awarding projects by young researchers from around the world; it speaks to people to raise awareness and inspire informed daily food choices; and it awards journalistic excellence in reporting the paradoxes of the current food ;The BCFN Foundation promotes an open dialogue between Science, Politics, Business and Society both nationally and internationally. It addresses today's major food related issues with a multidisciplinary approach and from the environmental, economic and social perspective, to secure the wellbeing and health of people and the planet.
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Carnegie Europe was founded in 2007 and has become the go-to source for European foreign policy analysis in Brussels on topics ranging from Turkey to the Middle East and the Eastern neighborhood to security and defense. Carnegie Europe’s strong team of scholars provides unparalleled depth of analysis and thoughtful, carefully crafted policy recommendations on the strategic issues facing the European Union and its member states.
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In compliance with the Convention on Human Rights, the association acts as an ‘association of voters’, a ‘political wikipedia’, an educational institution for citizenship and a ‘quality-surveyor’ of the public management. It creates tools and initiates campaigns to promote transparency and excellence in the governance of the state, a vibrant democracy in the person’s service and the citizen’s interest in politics.
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European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Party is Europe’s leading Conservative movement. Since our foundation in 2009, we have become on of Europe’s most important political movements. With more than 40 political parties and active representation in the European Parliament, Council of Europe, Committee of Regions and NATO Parliamentary Assembly. We are united by our centre-right values, as expressed in the Reykjavik Declaration. The ECR Party is dedicated to individual liberty, national sovereignty, parliamentary democracy, private property, limited government, free trade, family values and the devolution of power. These values underpin our politics, including our vision for a reformed European Union. Europe stands at a crossroads and the ECR Party’s agenda for reform has never been more relevant than it is today. Join our movement, and help us advance a Europe – and a world – of free peoples, free nations and free markets.
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FabSpace is the open-innovation network for geodata-driven innovation – by leveraging Space data in particular, in Universities Its Work programme topic addressed INSO-4-2015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science b) Academia- Business/Public/CSO knowledge co-creation Coordination and support action. The FabSpace project aims at making universities open innovation centres for their region and improving their contribution to the socio-economic and environmental performance of societies. To achieve these general objectives, the FabSpace project offers to concentrate on one research area with high expected socio-economic impact: data-driven innovation, with a particular attention to Earth observation data. In the six European regions covered by the consortium, partner universities work together with co-located Business Incubation Centres of the European Space Agency (ESA BICs). ESA BICs aim at inspiring entrepreneurs to turn space-connected business ideas into commercial companies, and provide technical expertise and business-development support. This consortium, completed by TerraNIS – the French company that operates the European Group of Enterprises for a Network of Information Using Space (EUGENIUS) – and IDGEO – provisioning continuous trainings in Geomatics – and the European Business Network (EBN), will be a key success factor for the project. This project began on March 1st 2016 and will last 3 years. It is under the lead of Univ. Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier (UPS).
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Sport and Citizenship is a Think tank created in Brussels in September 2007, a few weeks after the adoption of the European Commission’s White Paper on sport. Today, it is the only Think tank in Europe, whose social objective is the analysis of sporting politics and the study of sport’s societal impact. Independent and apolitical, Sport and Citizenship has ten years of expertise and benefits from a recognition by public authorities and stakeholders of European sport. It is therefore regularly consulted by international and European institutions, the Member States, the sports movement and civil society which recognise it as a privileged interlocutor in this field.
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CERRE is a Brussels-based, independent, not-for-profit think tank that advances the understanding and development of regulation in Europe’s network and digital industries.
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EthicalNow is the premier cross-disciplinary conference platform dedicated to current ethical issues & challenges. 
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The European Institute for Political Initiative and Strategic Analysis (EIPISA) is a Brussels-based non-profit think tank created with the goal of providing European political leaders and society in general with the necessary tools to develop political strategies that make peace, freedom and security possible in the Middle East and North Africa.We believe that to accomplish our goals we need to take in to account three elements: Understanding to learn from past mistakes, knowledge to find the best solutions, cooperation, as it would be a mistake to ignore that a single actor cannot solve problems at an international level.EIPISA seeks to overcome prejudice, historical mistakes and misinterpretation through accurate, transparent and verified information about what is really happening in the Middle East and North Africa. We truly believe that only through reliable knowledge can we learn from past mistakes and move towards the future.We are convinced that knowledge on what is happening and what should be done in the Middle East and North Africa can only be acquired through the inclusion of all actors. EIPISA aims to include them in the dialogue and to create peace, stability and security.   EIPISA is a catalyst, a round table, a public square in which experts, scholars, journalists, politicians, European authorities, and all those interested can come together to discuss. We want every actor involved to participate in this search for a shared space, as only through the integration of all perspectives and the consideration of all points of view can we reach EIPISA’s goals. WHAT WE DOOur goal is to be a space for dialogue based on proven, neutral and transparent information presented in events (such as workshops, seminars, conferences, or discussion groups) and on our website. EIPISA wants to be a source of unbiased information for all stakeholders, particularly for European decision-makers.An interconnected, multicultural and globalised world is a reality on both sides of the Mediterranean Sea. The Region of the Middle East and North Africa has been plunged into terrible conflicts for a long time, but Europe has also suffered appalling wars with millions of victims and rose from the ashes. How? Through cooperation between European States, creating a shared space for peace, stability and security under a regional integration framework. The EU is as success story, as it has helped to overcome the tragedies of World War II. EIPISA’S ADDED VALUEWe believe we are facing a historical moment for the Middle East and North Africa and that the European Union has a role to play. The EU needs to strengthen its historical and cultural ties with its neighbours, to help create a space for peace, democracy and security and to transcend a purely economic relation. The people of the Middle East and North Africa need to be engaged with this project, making it clear that respect for differences is a part of our shared values.In a globalised world, there is no longer room for Nation-State or regional narratives. Europe is strongly linked to the Middle Eastern and North African countries and to its achievements regarding regional peace, stability and security. EIPISA is aware that in order to understand conflicts, we must look for ramifications and possible connections wherever they may appear. Only then, by understanding and analysing every conflict in context, we can work towards solutions.Unfortunately, the issues we face are not simple, but rather the result of years of controversy and hidden interests. We are convinced that cooperation between the European Union and the Middle East and North Africa will prove to be advantageous in devising roadmaps that will shape a better future. We cannot afford any more mistakes; we need to take action and build bridges for understanding, information and cooperation.EIPISA is proud to count on a multicultural team and is convinced that the issues in the Middle East and North Africa affect us all. In the words of the President of EIPISA, "We are all in the same boat, we all share the Mediterranean Sea, but our differences can enrich us. Europe and the Middle East/North Africa are multicultural de facto, so let's sit down to talk, let us help each other, and let us fight for freedom and democracy because there is no higher goal for humanity than to find common values to create World Peace.”
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BioSci Consulting is dedicated to making medical innovation collaborations successful. Collaborative partnerships typically require substantial investment of resources. However, nearly 60% collaborative partnerships either completely or partially fail to meet objectives, which means there is a significant risk that your resource investment will be wasted. Failing to meet objectives in a collaborative partnership can also have a major impact on your reputation and the reputation of your organization. We take a convergence approach to innovation.  This means that the emphasis is on the integration of the multiple perspectives to creatively solve problems and make progress more rapidly. It is based upon extensive experience in helping to deliver complex multi-stakeholder collaborations.
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Company that supports small, medium and large companies.
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Research and training Institute on Global Affairs, Human Rights and International Development. 
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New Direction - The Foundation for European Reform
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Policy Solutions is a progressive political research institute based in Brussels and Budapest. Its main research topics are the investigation of how the quality of democracy evolves, the analysis of factors driving euroscepticism, populism and the far-right, and election research.
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The European Policy Centre (EPC) is an independent, not-for-profit think tank dedicated to fostering European integration through analysis and debate, supporting and challenging European decision-makers at all levels to make informed decisions based on evidence and analysis, and providing a platform for engaging partners, stakeholders and citizens in EU policy-making and in the debate about the future of Europe.
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Established in 2010, the EU-Korea Institute (EKI) is the first Brussels-based EU think-tank specialising in EU-Korea relations.At EKI, we aim to provide the diverse EU and Korean general public, institutions, governments, business executives, journalists, NGOs, students and other interested parties, with the opportunity to better understand EU Korea relations and the policy choices facing them.EKI is leading one of the four European Commission co-funded projects to promote
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ThinkYoung is the first think tank that focuses on young people. It was founded in 2009 and has expanded to have offices in Brussels, Geneva, Hong Kong, and Nairobi. It is a not-for-profit organization, with the aim of making the world a better place for young people, by involving them in decision-making processes and by providing decision-makers with high-quality research on youth’s conditions. ThinkYoung conducts studies and surveys, makes advocacy campaigns, writes policy proposals, and develops education programmes: up to date, ThinkYoung projects have reached over 800,000 young people.
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Cefic is the forum and the voice of the chemical industry in Europe As the voice of the European chemical industry, Cefic is a committed partner to EU policymakers, facilitating dialogue with industry and sharing our broad-based expertise. We represent 29,000 large, medium and small chemical companies in Europe, which directly provide 1.2 million jobs and account for 20% of world chemical production. Based in Brussels since our founding in 1972, we interact every day on behalf of our members with international and EU institutions, non-governmental organisations, the international media, and other stakeholders.
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L'Institut Européen des Relations Internationales (IERI) de Bruxelles est un centre indépendant de recherches, de formation et de débats sur les grands dossiers internationaux qui s'articule autour de trois axes :- l'analyse des stratégies politiques et militaires avec une attention particulière pour la Politique
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The European Centre for International Affairs (ECIA) is a Brussels-based independent, non-profit, policy think tank. Our core mission is to provide innovative analyses of global issues from a European perspective. Policymakers today are faced with the challenge of a complex and globalized politics in which resource, human and societal issues are inextricable. ECIA
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The AJC Transatlantic Institute is a Think tank operating in Brussels since 2004. It aims to strengthen the transatlantic bond and fosters dialogue between the US and the EU in the fields of global security, Middle East peace, and human rights. It combines public education programming with media work to help decision makers formulate the policies best suited to protect European and US security and advance pluralism and democracy in the world.
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The European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) is a Brussels-based Think and Do Tank, focusing on EU-Asia relations. As a policy research centre, its aim is to promote understanding between the European Union and Asia.Geographically, EIAS focuses on North-East Asia, South-East Asia and South Asia, including related areas, covering a wide range of policy-related domains. By doing so, EIAS seeks to provide information to policy makers in Europe and Asia, as well as on a global scale, offering academic and hands-on expertise to bear on decision-making processes with regard to EU-Asia affairs and developments in Asia. EIAS also acts as a forum for discussion, dialogue and frequent exchanges of ideas, bringing together all relevant stakeholders from the institutional level, diplomatic missions, academia, the corporate sector, civil society, the media and all other important segments of society.
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Migration Policy Institute Europe, established in Brussels in 2011, is a nonprofit, independent research institute that aims to provide a better understanding of migration in Europe and thus promote effective policymaking. Building upon the experience and resources of the Migration Policy Institute, which operates internationally, MPI Europe provides authoritative research and practical policy design to governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders who seek more effective management of immigration, immigrant integration, and asylum systems as well as successful outcomes for newcomers, families of immigrant background, and receiving communities throughout Europe. MPI Europe also provides a forum for the exchange of information on migration and immigrant integration practices within the European Union and Europe more generally.
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VoteWatch Europe is an independent organisation set up to promote better debates and greater transparency in EU decision-making, by providing easy access to, and analysis of, the votes and other activities of the European Parliament (EP) and the EU Council of Ministers (Council). VoteWatch uses the EU Institutions' own attendance, voting and activity data - available through their websites - to give a full overview of MEP and Member State activities.Using sophisticated statistical methods developed by political scientists from the London School of Economics and New York University, the website covers the activities of Parliament and Council since 2009. (Parliament statistics dating back to 2004 are also available on the website). Information on the EP is updated daily following each voting session. Council votes are updated as and when voting data is made available by the Council secretariat. Follow us on Twitter if you are interested in receiving immediate updates.VoteWatch Europe is supported by Burson-Marsteller, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, the Open Society Foundations and White&Case.
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The cities and municipalities from South-Eastern Europe with support of their Institutions and relevantMinistries had established an independent think tank called "South-East European Federation of Citiesand Regions for the Environment " with headquarters in Brussels.This organization brings together not only the cities and municipalities, but also relevant Ministries,agencies for environmental protection and climate change, research centres and NGOs working in fieldof climate and energy.
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The European Capital Markets Institute (ECMI) is an independent think-tank that undertakes and disseminates research on European capital markets and seeks to contribute in a substantial manner to ongoing policy debates. ECMI also acts as a focal point for academics, market participants and policymakers to interact and exchange ideas on the efficiency, stability, liquidity, integrity, competitiveness and ongoing transformation of European capital markets. These exchanges will be fuelled by the various outputs ECMI will produce for its members such as bi-monthly newsletters, annual reports, a statistical package, regular commentary, policy briefs, and research reports as well as workshops and conferences. ECMI is managed and staffed by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels.
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Epposi is an independent, not-for-profit and partnership-led and multi-stakeholder think tank based in Brussels, Belgium. Our Goal is to work at the "cutting edge" of European health policy-making providing members and the wider public with high-quality independent research, capacity-building, knowledge exchange and dissemination with the aim of bridging the gap between innovation and improved public health outcomes.Epposi is open to members from EU
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OPERA is a research center of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. It is an independent, not-for-profit scientific think tank, committed to the sharing and developing of the best practices in agri-environmental measures in the context of European legislation, in order to help and achieve the desired objectives of the European Pesticides Package.The fundamental contribution of OPERA is to use the potential of existing scienti
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Presentation Founded in 2002 by the Belgian economist Denis Stokkink, POUR LA SOLIDARITÉ – PLS is an independent European think & do tank committed to promoting solidarity and sustainability in Europe. Team The PLS team is composed of members with multicultural and interdisciplinary backgrounds and works in the public space alongside socioeconomic actors.
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The European Enterprise Institute (EEI) is a non-profit, non-party affiliated organization, registered in Belgium.It aims to promote entrepreneurship in the EU policy community and to provide a platform for the ideas and philosophy of entrepreneurship throughout Europe.The EEI works to facilitate research, debate and positive political action in all areas of policy with impact on the conditions for entrepreneurship, incentives for innovation, competitiveness and economic prosperity.
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The EastWest Institute is an independent, worldwide
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Centre for European Policy Studies: located in central Brussels, independent think tank dealing with different sectors of European Policy Studies (Financial Markets, Economic Policy, Climate Change and Energy, Regulatory Affairs, Justice and Home Affairs, EU Neighbourhood and Foreign policy, Politics and Institutions, Trade, Agriculture ), ranked twice ina row (2007 and 2008) as one of the top ten think tanks, outside the US.
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Friends of Europe provides an open forum for debate among EU and national policymakers, NGOs, business leaders, the media and civil society. More than a traditional think-tank, Friends of Europe aims to stimulate debate beyond the Brussels elite by linking up with major think-tanks and media from across Europe's national capitals.Friends of Europe organises a range of different events in varying formats, according to the issues under discussion.
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Health First Europe is a non-profit, non-commercial alliance of patients, healthcare workers, academics and healthcare experts and the medical technology industry.Our missionWe aim to ensure that equitable access to modern, innovative and reliable medical technology and healthcare is regarded as a vital investment in the future of Europe. We call for truly patient-centred healthcare and believe that every European citizen should benefit from the best medical treatments available.
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