Which EU sources do you follow?
We follow publicly available information from the websites of the following EU institutions and bodies:
- European Parliament
- European Commission
- Council of the European Union
- European Council
- Court of Justice of the European Union
- European Economic and Social Committee
- Committee of the Regions
We also monitor policy relevant information from the EU agencies and other bodies.
Our policy team also provide written summaries of televised European Parliament committee meetings and some plenary sessions, as well as Council sessions open to the public.
Our EU policy information includes:
Everyday we track the websites of the EU institutions and bodies, saving you hours of searching. We cover the full range of publicly available information provided by the EU institutions such as official documents, reports, agendas, press releases, consultation announcements, funding, event details etc.
Our experienced policy team produce written summaries of all relevant televised committee debates and some plenary debates in the European Parliament, as well as Council sessions open to the public, so you can disseminate information quickly.
The Policy Planner syncs with your personal calendar & integrates with your Policy Newsfeed, so you can plan ahead. The Policy Planner includes policy relevant EU institutional meetings, events, and activities (with links to agendas and any supporting documents when available), as well as important deadlines for calls, funding, and consultations.
Each morning our premium subscribers will receive an informative email of policy events and activities taking place that day.
Which EU policy areas do you cover?
We currently cover EU energy & climate change, environment, digital, and trade. We’ll be adding more policy areas throughout 2017.
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