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Employment


REVES (European Network of Cities and Regions for the Social Economy)

* To create stable partnerships, common policies for a socially sustainable local development and to fight for social inclusion.
http://www.revesnetwork.net/

EAPN (European Anti Poverty Network)

* To put the fight against poverty and social exclusion on the political agenda of the European Union. * To promote and enhance the effectiveness of actions against poverty and social exclusion. * To lobby for and with people and groups facing poverty and social exclusion.
http://www.eapn.org

Social Affairs


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

BEUC (European Consumers' Organisation)

* To protect and promote the interests of European consumers
www.beuc.org

ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

ENIVD (European Network for Diagnostics of "Imported" Viral Diseases)

* To exchange and gather information working on the improvement of the collaboration and diagnostics for ""imported"" viral diseases in Europe. * To enhance the emergency preparedness.
http://www.enivd.org/

ESN (European Social Network)

* To promote social justice, inclusion, equality, and anti-poverty in Europe through development of quality public social services. * To work with European national directors associations and other social partners to share knowledge, information, experience and expertise on social policy and practice issues. * To provide a focus and mechanism for social services representation in Europe. * To provide a framework for personnel exchange, project experience, joint research and training.
http://www.socialeurope.com

EuroHealthNet (European network of health promotion agencies)

* To build and maintain relationships and communication links to and between the national health promotion agencies and with the EU. * To contribute to the effective implementation. * To monitor health related developments in the Member States and at EU-level. * To create effective partnerships with other relevant EU networks and international organisations working on health policies. * To provide information to professionals, policy makers and the public regarding EU health issues and to facilitate effective communication.
http://www.eurohealthnet.org

EURONET (European children's Network )

* To defend the rights and the interests of children within European and national institutions.
http://www.europeanchildrensnetwork.org

EHN (European Heart Network)

* To create and nurture ties between organisations concerned with cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention. * Gather and disseminate information relevant to CVD prevention, monitor European Union policy, * Promote CVD issues in European Union decision-making. * Encourage support for comprehensive CVD research.
http://www.ehnheart.org/

REVES (European Network of Cities and Regions for the Social Economy)

* To create stable partnerships, common policies for a socially sustainable local development and to fight for social inclusion.
http://www.revesnetwork.net/

EPHA (European Public Health Alliance)

* To promote and protect the health interests of all people living in Europe and to strengthen the dialogue between the EU institutions, citizens and NGOs in support of healthy public policies.
http://www.epha.org

EDF (European Disability Forum)

* To promote equal opportunities for disabled people and to ensure disabled citizens' full access to fundamental human, civil, social and economic rights.
http://www.edf-feph.org/

ENHPS (European Network of Health Promoting Schools)

* To influence and have impact on policy and decision making in the development, implementation and sustainability of health promoting schools.
http://www.who.dk/ENHPS

Socialplatform (Platform of European Social NGOs)

* The development of an inclusive and cohesive society the realisation of fundamental rights for all * The promotion of a society based on gender equality and equality for all, and free from all forms of discrimination and prejudice * the sharing of created wealth to increase the welfare of all.
http://www.socialplatform.org

ETUC (European Trade Union Confederation)

* Provide a trade union counterbalance to the economic forces of European integration.
http://www.etuc.org

The Ethos PROJECT (network for the promotion of social responsability in hotel and catering companies)

* Promote social consensus and to spread new approaches about social responsibilities of companies. * To pave the way for a future unified Ethical Code of corporate social responsibility in the European Union. * Promote responsible and sustainable negotiations among European hotel and catering business companies, involving workers and businessmen in the search of mechanisms for its correct performance. * Promote the use of new technologies to improve negotiations between social interlocutors. * Improve competitiveness in the sector adapting the services to consumers' demands and to the economic situation.
http://www.proyectoethos.org

EWON (European Work Organisation Network)

* Strengthen European organisational R&D. * Identify and exchange good practice. * Promote co-operation. * Support lagging sectors and regions.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/soc-dial/workorg/ewon/index_en.htm

Smoke at work (protecting workers from passive smoking).

* Protecting workers from passive smoking. * Collect, develop and disseminate information across Europe to help workers negotiate smoking policies at work. * Assist union representatives to protect workers exposed to environmental tobacco smoke in their workplace.
http://www.smokeatwork.org

Network of the European National Healthy Cities Networks

* Encourage and supporte cities, multi-disciplinary professionals and politicians to develop and implement healthy cities strategies and programmes.
http://www.who.dk/healthy-cities

EAPN (European Anti Poverty Network)

* To put the fight against poverty and social exclusion on the political agenda of the European Union. * To promote and enhance the effectiveness of actions against poverty and social exclusion. * To lobby for and with people and groups facing poverty and social exclusion.
http://www.eapn.org

Eurostep (European solidarity towards equal participation of people)

* To eradicate injustice and poverty in Europe and in the World. * To achieve peace and stability in the world. * To promote a stronger, more effective development policy within the European Union. * To promote a responsible European Union co-operation with developing countries.
http://www.eurostep.org

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Research


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

EADI (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes)

*To generate and stimulate exchange of information between European scientists and researchers concerned with development issues. *To promote interdisciplinary studies on specific themes. *To develop contacts with researchers from other regions of the world.
http://www.eadi.org

ENIVD (European Network for Diagnostics of "Imported" Viral Diseases)

* To exchange and gather information working on the improvement of the collaboration and diagnostics for ""imported"" viral diseases in Europe. * To enhance the emergency preparedness.
http://www.enivd.org/

ACEA (European association of car makers)

* To foster strategic cooperation in research & technological development (R&TD) activities between European car makers. * To achieve technologies for the optimisation of the motor vehicle of the future.
http://www.acea.be

ENSSEE (European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment)

* To establish greater European co-operation and develop a body of knowledge and competence in relation to education, training, research and employment in the field of sport. * To increase mobility and numbers of exchange of staff, professionals and students in relation to training, education and research in the field of sport. * To take initiatives to improve the quality of the sport sector in general and training and education, research and employment in particular; develop synergies and relations between all relevant parties such covering the areas of training, education, employment and strategy; link with similar organisations outside the European Union. * To communicate about developments and initiatives in and/or related to the sport sector, especially in the field of training and education, research and employment. * To advise relevant organisations and institutions with regard to national and/or international policy and strategic matters in the field of sport in general and training and education, research and employment in particular.
http://www.ensshe.lu/french/apropos/index.htm

Town planning


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

BESTUFS (Best Urban Freight Solutions)

* To establish and maintain an open European network between urban freight transport experts, user groups/associations, ongoing projects, interested cities, the relevant European Commission Directorates, system/technology providers and representatives of national transport administrations. * To identify, describe and disseminate best practices, success criteria and bottlenecks with respect to the movement of goods in urban areas.
http://www.bestufs.net/

Eurocities (Association for European cities development and cooperation)

* To ensure that urban affairs are placed high on the European Union’s policy agenda. * To promote transnational cooperation projects between its member cities across Europe. * To foster a networking spirit amongst Europe’s large cities.
http://www.eurocities.org

Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises)

* To develop solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, economy, environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
http://www.metropolis.org

POLIS (Cities and regions networking for innovative transport solutions)

* To support European cities and regions in improving quality of life through innovative measures for reducing congestion, enhancing safety, lowering polluting emissions. * To offer better and equal access to transport services. * To foster co-operation and partnership across Europe. * To make research and innovation accessible to cities and regions. * To represent the voice of cities and regions at EU level. * To provide decision-makers appropriate information and tools for the development of sustainable mobility.
http://www.polis-online.org/

Network of the European National Healthy Cities Networks

* Encourage and supporte cities, multi-disciplinary professionals and politicians to develop and implement healthy cities strategies and programmes.
http://www.who.dk/healthy-cities

EFUS (EUROPEAN FORUM FOR URBAN SAFETY)  

* Build up a network of European local authorities through practices & information exchange. * Strenghten crime reduction policies and to promote the role of local authorities in national and European policies.
http://www.urbansecurity.org

Culture - Media


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

Circom (European Association of Regional television)

* To examine Regional Television in Europe. * To bring together researchers and professionals from the mass media, to provide a unique forum for ideas and experience and a network for exchanging personnel. * To foster communication between members, * To make coproductions and encourage the exchange of regional programmes. * To improve vocational training of journalists. Support from the Council of Europe and the European Commission.
http://www.circom-regional.org

AIDAA (International Association of Audiovisual Writers and Directors)

* To strengthen the position of writers and directors in the audiovisual sector. * To secure better protection for European authors of their moral and economic rights.
http://www.aidaa.org/aidaa/default.html

EFAH (European Forum for the Arts and Heritage)

* To increase recognition of the cultural dimension of Europe. * Through a dialogue with the European decision makers, seeking to influence their understanding and action on cultural field. * To support members to integrate the wide European context in their daily work. * To sustain a broad notion of cultural policy, seen as a factor of social development.
http://www.efah.org/en/indexen.htm

Public Management


ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

EAPN (European Anti Poverty Network)

* To put the fight against poverty and social exclusion on the political agenda of the European Union. * To promote and enhance the effectiveness of actions against poverty and social exclusion. * To lobby for and with people and groups facing poverty and social exclusion.
http://www.eapn.org

Information


BEUC (European Consumers' Organisation)

* To protect and promote the interests of European consumers
www.beuc.org

TeleCities (European network of cities committed in the Information and Knowledge Society)

* Promote eCitizenship at local level to ensure that all citizens can equally gain from the benefits of the Information and Knowledge Society. * Overcome the barriers to the development of Information Society. * Ensure Information and Knowledge society rights for citizens. * Foster the Knowledge-based economy * Promote the modernization of local public administrations through eGovernment.
http://www.telecities.org

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Transport


BESTUFS (Best Urban Freight Solutions)

* To establish and maintain an open European network between urban freight transport experts, user groups/associations, ongoing projects, interested cities, the relevant European Commission Directorates, system/technology providers and representatives of national transport administrations. * To identify, describe and disseminate best practices, success criteria and bottlenecks with respect to the movement of goods in urban areas.
http://www.bestufs.net/

Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises)

* To develop solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, economy, environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
http://www.metropolis.org

POLIS (Cities and regions networking for innovative transport solutions)

* To support European cities and regions in improving quality of life through innovative measures for reducing congestion, enhancing safety, lowering polluting emissions. * To offer better and equal access to transport services. * To foster co-operation and partnership across Europe. * To make research and innovation accessible to cities and regions. * To represent the voice of cities and regions at EU level. * To provide decision-makers appropriate information and tools for the development of sustainable mobility.
http://www.polis-online.org/

Local development


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

Energies-Cities (Association of european local authorities promoting local sustainable energy policy)

* To strenghten the role and powers of municipalities in the energy sphere, and naturally in the sphere of energy efficiency, renewable energy and protection of the environment. * To promote debate on the EU's policy in the field of energy, environment and urban policy and to present the municipal point of view. * To develop municipal initiatives through the exchange of experience, the transfer of know-how.
http://www.energie-cites.org/

Eurocities (Association for European cities development and cooperation)

* To ensure that urban affairs are placed high on the European Union’s policy agenda. * To promote transnational cooperation projects between its member cities across Europe. * To foster a networking spirit amongst Europe’s large cities.
http://www.eurocities.org

EURADA (European assocation of development agencies)

* Encourage exchanges of experience between members and promote ""best practice"" in the field of local and regional economic development; * Promote the recognition of the development agencies as specific mechanisms and economic development entities; * Participate in the development and delivery of territorial development programmes and/or support programmes for companies and in particular small and medium sized enterprises; * Reinforce and better organise technical cooperation both with the European Commission and other Community institutions; * Assist the development agencies newly set up in the non European Union countries; * Promote the emergence of cooperation projects between development agencies of several countries.
http://www.eurada.org

REVES (European Network of Cities and Regions for the Social Economy)

* To create stable partnerships, common policies for a socially sustainable local development and to fight for social inclusion.
http://www.revesnetwork.net/

Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises)

* To develop solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, economy, environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
http://www.metropolis.org

POLIS (Cities and regions networking for innovative transport solutions)

* To support European cities and regions in improving quality of life through innovative measures for reducing congestion, enhancing safety, lowering polluting emissions. * To offer better and equal access to transport services. * To foster co-operation and partnership across Europe. * To make research and innovation accessible to cities and regions. * To represent the voice of cities and regions at EU level. * To provide decision-makers appropriate information and tools for the development of sustainable mobility.
http://www.polis-online.org/

CEMR (Council of European Municipalities and Regions)

* Promote a united Europe that is based on local and regional self government and democracy. * Shape the future of Europe by enhancing the local and regional contribution, to influence European law and policy, to exchange experience at local and regional level and to cooperate with partners in other parts of the world.
http://www.ccre.org

EFUS (EUROPEAN FORUM FOR URBAN SAFETY)  

* Build up a network of European local authorities through practices & information exchange. * Strenghten crime reduction policies and to promote the role of local authorities in national and European policies.
http://www.urbansecurity.org

TeleCities (European network of cities committed in the Information and Knowledge Society)

* Promote eCitizenship at local level to ensure that all citizens can equally gain from the benefits of the Information and Knowledge Society. * Overcome the barriers to the development of Information Society. * Ensure Information and Knowledge society rights for citizens. * Foster the Knowledge-based economy * Promote the modernization of local public administrations through eGovernment.
http://www.telecities.org

Humanitarian


ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

Eurodad (European Network on Debt and Development)

* To improve the European and global policy context for development finance. * To enhance the capacity of civil society to influence policies in their countries. * To defend the right of elected representative bodies in the South.
http://www.eurodad.org/

Eurostep (European solidarity towards equal participation of people)

* To eradicate injustice and poverty in Europe and in the World. * To achieve peace and stability in the world. * To promote a stronger, more effective development policy within the European Union. * To promote a responsible European Union co-operation with developing countries.
http://www.eurostep.org

Any fields


CEMR (Council of European Municipalities and Regions)

* Promote a united Europe that is based on local and regional self government and democracy. * Shape the future of Europe by enhancing the local and regional contribution, to influence European law and policy, to exchange experience at local and regional level and to cooperate with partners in other parts of the world.
http://www.ccre.org

Education - Training


EADI (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes)

*To generate and stimulate exchange of information between European scientists and researchers concerned with development issues. *To promote interdisciplinary studies on specific themes. *To develop contacts with researchers from other regions of the world.
http://www.eadi.org

EAICY (European Association for Leisure Time Institutions of Children and Youth)

* To develop and coordinate with the organizations members of the programs and the activities projects of educational leisure which support the meeting, intercultural exchange and the active participation of the children and the young people. * To promote actions of information, of formation, studies and research in the teaching practices and of prevention while organizing in partnership with the members of the meetings and the seminars for the young people, the organizers and teachers, the persons in charge institutions for leisure. * To affirm the educational and formative character activities of leisure for the children and the young people, activities which constitute significant elements in the process further education and of the active citizenship. To develop these practices by their taking into account in the policies of education and of youth at the local, national and European level.
http://www.eaicy.cz/

EAIE (European Association for International Education)

* To stimulate and facilitate the internationalisation of education, in particular higher education in Europe. * To meet the professional needs of individuals active in international education. * To bring together fellow-professionals in all aspects of the international higher education, throughout the continent and beyond.
http://www.eaie.nl

EUA (European University Association)

* To promote the development of a coherent system of European higher education and research.
http://www.eua.be

ESIB (National Unions of Students in Europe)

* To represent and promote the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at a European level towards all relevant bodies and in particular the European Union, Council of Europe and UNESCO.
http://www.esib.org/

FEDORA (European forum in higher education guidance)

* To support, guide and inform students on issues such as study and work opportunities across Europe and student mobility.
http://www.fedora.eu.org

ICC (International Certificate Conference, the european language network)

* To promote and improve the learning and teaching of languages in adult education through joint developments and the good practice of its members.
http://www.icc-europe.com/

ENSSEE (European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment)

* To establish greater European co-operation and develop a body of knowledge and competence in relation to education, training, research and employment in the field of sport. * To increase mobility and numbers of exchange of staff, professionals and students in relation to training, education and research in the field of sport. * To take initiatives to improve the quality of the sport sector in general and training and education, research and employment in particular; develop synergies and relations between all relevant parties such covering the areas of training, education, employment and strategy; link with similar organisations outside the European Union. * To communicate about developments and initiatives in and/or related to the sport sector, especially in the field of training and education, research and employment. * To advise relevant organisations and institutions with regard to national and/or international policy and strategic matters in the field of sport in general and training and education, research and employment in particular.
http://www.ensshe.lu/french/apropos/index.htm

ENHPS (European Network of Health Promoting Schools)

* To influence and have impact on policy and decision making in the development, implementation and sustainability of health promoting schools.
http://www.who.dk/ENHPS

Health


Banlieues d'Europe (Network of association officials, towns, experts and researchers, cultural workers and artists)

* Make people aware of the issue of artistic intervention in disadvantaged areas. * Move forward at European level a reflection shared between researchers, Council officials, artists and cultural workers on the areas of tension and of innovation, which are today more than ever to be found on the outskirts of towns.
http://www.banlieues-europe.com/

BEUC (European Consumers' Organisation)

* To protect and promote the interests of European consumers
www.beuc.org

ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

ENIVD (European Network for Diagnostics of "Imported" Viral Diseases)

* To exchange and gather information working on the improvement of the collaboration and diagnostics for ""imported"" viral diseases in Europe. * To enhance the emergency preparedness.
http://www.enivd.org/

ESN (European Social Network)

* To promote social justice, inclusion, equality, and anti-poverty in Europe through development of quality public social services. * To work with European national directors associations and other social partners to share knowledge, information, experience and expertise on social policy and practice issues. * To provide a focus and mechanism for social services representation in Europe. * To provide a framework for personnel exchange, project experience, joint research and training.
http://www.socialeurope.com

EuroHealthNet (European network of health promotion agencies)

* To build and maintain relationships and communication links to and between the national health promotion agencies and with the EU. * To contribute to the effective implementation. * To monitor health related developments in the Member States and at EU-level. * To create effective partnerships with other relevant EU networks and international organisations working on health policies. * To provide information to professionals, policy makers and the public regarding EU health issues and to facilitate effective communication.
http://www.eurohealthnet.org

EURONET (European children's Network )

* To defend the rights and the interests of children within European and national institutions.
http://www.europeanchildrensnetwork.org

EHN (European Heart Network)

* To create and nurture ties between organisations concerned with cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention. * Gather and disseminate information relevant to CVD prevention, monitor European Union policy, * Promote CVD issues in European Union decision-making. * Encourage support for comprehensive CVD research.
http://www.ehnheart.org/

REVES (European Network of Cities and Regions for the Social Economy)

* To create stable partnerships, common policies for a socially sustainable local development and to fight for social inclusion.
http://www.revesnetwork.net/

EPHA (European Public Health Alliance)

* To promote and protect the health interests of all people living in Europe and to strengthen the dialogue between the EU institutions, citizens and NGOs in support of healthy public policies.
http://www.epha.org

EDF (European Disability Forum)

* To promote equal opportunities for disabled people and to ensure disabled citizens' full access to fundamental human, civil, social and economic rights.
http://www.edf-feph.org/

ENHPS (European Network of Health Promoting Schools)

* To influence and have impact on policy and decision making in the development, implementation and sustainability of health promoting schools.
http://www.who.dk/ENHPS

Socialplatform (Platform of European Social NGOs)

* The development of an inclusive and cohesive society the realisation of fundamental rights for all * The promotion of a society based on gender equality and equality for all, and free from all forms of discrimination and prejudice * the sharing of created wealth to increase the welfare of all.
http://www.socialplatform.org

ETUC (European Trade Union Confederation)

* Provide a trade union counterbalance to the economic forces of European integration.
http://www.etuc.org

The Ethos PROJECT (network for the promotion of social responsability in hotel and catering companies)

* Promote social consensus and to spread new approaches about social responsibilities of companies. * To pave the way for a future unified Ethical Code of corporate social responsibility in the European Union. * Promote responsible and sustainable negotiations among European hotel and catering business companies, involving workers and businessmen in the search of mechanisms for its correct performance. * Promote the use of new technologies to improve negotiations between social interlocutors. * Improve competitiveness in the sector adapting the services to consumers' demands and to the economic situation.
http://www.proyectoethos.org

EWON (European Work Organisation Network)

* Strengthen European organisational R&D. * Identify and exchange good practice. * Promote co-operation. * Support lagging sectors and regions.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/soc-dial/workorg/ewon/index_en.htm

Smoke at work (protecting workers from passive smoking).

* Protecting workers from passive smoking. * Collect, develop and disseminate information across Europe to help workers negotiate smoking policies at work. * Assist union representatives to protect workers exposed to environmental tobacco smoke in their workplace.
http://www.smokeatwork.org

Network of the European National Healthy Cities Networks

* Encourage and supporte cities, multi-disciplinary professionals and politicians to develop and implement healthy cities strategies and programmes.
http://www.who.dk/healthy-cities

EAPN (European Anti Poverty Network)

* To put the fight against poverty and social exclusion on the political agenda of the European Union. * To promote and enhance the effectiveness of actions against poverty and social exclusion. * To lobby for and with people and groups facing poverty and social exclusion.
http://www.eapn.org

Eurostep (European solidarity towards equal participation of people)

* To eradicate injustice and poverty in Europe and in the World. * To achieve peace and stability in the world. * To promote a stronger, more effective development policy within the European Union. * To promote a responsible European Union co-operation with developing countries.
http://www.eurostep.org

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Energy


Energies-Cities (Association of european local authorities promoting local sustainable energy policy)

* To strenghten the role and powers of municipalities in the energy sphere, and naturally in the sphere of energy efficiency, renewable energy and protection of the environment. * To promote debate on the EU's policy in the field of energy, environment and urban policy and to present the municipal point of view. * To develop municipal initiatives through the exchange of experience, the transfer of know-how.
http://www.energie-cites.org/

Environment


Energies-Cities (Association of european local authorities promoting local sustainable energy policy)

* To strenghten the role and powers of municipalities in the energy sphere, and naturally in the sphere of energy efficiency, renewable energy and protection of the environment. * To promote debate on the EU's policy in the field of energy, environment and urban policy and to present the municipal point of view. * To develop municipal initiatives through the exchange of experience, the transfer of know-how.
http://www.energie-cites.org/

Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises)

* To develop solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, economy, environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
http://www.metropolis.org

Network of the European National Healthy Cities Networks

* Encourage and supporte cities, multi-disciplinary professionals and politicians to develop and implement healthy cities strategies and programmes.
http://www.who.dk/healthy-cities

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Industry


CEA_PME (European confederation of SME's associations)

* To provide assistance to SMEs wishing to build. a EU-financed project. * To be open doors for markets in Europe. * To represent the interests of SMEs towards legislation.
http://www.ceapme.org/html/en.php?page=home

ACEA (European association of car makers)

* To foster strategic cooperation in research & technological development (R&TD) activities between European car makers. * To achieve technologies for the optimisation of the motor vehicle of the future.
http://www.acea.be

ESBA (European Small Business alliance)

* Develop and maintain 'best practice' activities between SME's member organisations in different countries to help them in building stronger independent organisations. * Develop and maintain projects between SME's associations and other associate members which serve their mutual interests. * Maintain a package of services to individuals through the web which is complementary to the packages of benefits developed at national level by the SME's organisations.
http://www.esba-europe.org/

UEAPME (European association of craft small and medium-sized enterprizes)

* Support the idea of European construction and contributing to European co-operation. * Inform its members on all matters of European Union policy concerning crafts, trades and SMEs and informing EU Institutions about the needs and opinions of UEAPME members. * Represent the common interests of its members vis-à-vis the EU Institutions and other international organisations and associations of a public or private nature. * Support its members academically, technically and legally on all EU policy-related matters.
http://www.ueapme.com

YES FOR EUROPE (european confederation of young entrepreneurs)

* Promote entrepreneurial spirit in Europe. * Facilitate business activities of young entrepreneurs. * Participate to the simplification of the business environment of enterprises.
http://www.yes.be/

EWON (European Work Organisation Network)

* Strengthen European organisational R&D. * Identify and exchange good practice. * Promote co-operation. * Support lagging sectors and regions.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/soc-dial/workorg/ewon/index_en.htm

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Innovation


ACEA (European association of car makers)

* To foster strategic cooperation in research & technological development (R&TD) activities between European car makers. * To achieve technologies for the optimisation of the motor vehicle of the future.
http://www.acea.be

TeleCities (European network of cities committed in the Information and Knowledge Society)

* Promote eCitizenship at local level to ensure that all citizens can equally gain from the benefits of the Information and Knowledge Society. * Overcome the barriers to the development of Information Society. * Ensure Information and Knowledge society rights for citizens. * Foster the Knowledge-based economy * Promote the modernization of local public administrations through eGovernment.
http://www.telecities.org

Justice - Security


ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

EURONET (European children's Network )

* To defend the rights and the interests of children within European and national institutions.
http://www.europeanchildrensnetwork.org

EFUS (EUROPEAN FORUM FOR URBAN SAFETY)  

* Build up a network of European local authorities through practices & information exchange. * Strenghten crime reduction policies and to promote the role of local authorities in national and European policies.
http://www.urbansecurity.org

Services


BEUC (European Consumers' Organisation)

* To protect and promote the interests of European consumers
www.beuc.org

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

Youth


EAICY (European Association for Leisure Time Institutions of Children and Youth)

* To develop and coordinate with the organizations members of the programs and the activities projects of educational leisure which support the meeting, intercultural exchange and the active participation of the children and the young people. * To promote actions of information, of formation, studies and research in the teaching practices and of prevention while organizing in partnership with the members of the meetings and the seminars for the young people, the organizers and teachers, the persons in charge institutions for leisure. * To affirm the educational and formative character activities of leisure for the children and the young people, activities which constitute significant elements in the process further education and of the active citizenship. To develop these practices by their taking into account in the policies of education and of youth at the local, national and European level.
http://www.eaicy.cz/

ESIB (National Unions of Students in Europe)

* To represent and promote the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at a European level towards all relevant bodies and in particular the European Union, Council of Europe and UNESCO.
http://www.esib.org/

EURONET (European children's Network )

* To defend the rights and the interests of children within European and national institutions.
http://www.europeanchildrensnetwork.org

ENHPS (European Network of Health Promoting Schools)

* To influence and have impact on policy and decision making in the development, implementation and sustainability of health promoting schools.
http://www.who.dk/ENHPS

Platform network (Network for youth activities in Europe)

* To strengthen the co-operation between regions and the young people in Europe. * To exchange knowledges, information, practices and experiences of youthwork and youthpolicy in Europe.
http://www.platformnet.org

Human Rights


Eurodad (European Network on Debt and Development)

* To improve the European and global policy context for development finance. * To enhance the capacity of civil society to influence policies in their countries. * To defend the right of elected representative bodies in the South.
http://www.eurodad.org/

EDF (European Disability Forum)

* To promote equal opportunities for disabled people and to ensure disabled citizens' full access to fundamental human, civil, social and economic rights.
http://www.edf-feph.org/

EMHRN (Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network)

* To support and publicise the universal principles of human rights as expressed in the Barcelona Declaration. * To strengthen, assist and co-ordinate the efforts of its members to monitor the Partner States’ compliance with the human rights principles in the Barcelona Declaration. * To support the development of democratic institutions, promote the rule of law, human rights and human rights education. * To strengthen civil society in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
http://www.euromedrights.net/

EAPN (European Anti Poverty Network)

* To put the fight against poverty and social exclusion on the political agenda of the European Union. * To promote and enhance the effectiveness of actions against poverty and social exclusion. * To lobby for and with people and groups facing poverty and social exclusion.
http://www.eapn.org

Eurostep (European solidarity towards equal participation of people)

* To eradicate injustice and poverty in Europe and in the World. * To achieve peace and stability in the world. * To promote a stronger, more effective development policy within the European Union. * To promote a responsible European Union co-operation with developing countries.
http://www.eurostep.org

New technologies


TeleCities (European network of cities committed in the Information and Knowledge Society)

* Promote eCitizenship at local level to ensure that all citizens can equally gain from the benefits of the Information and Knowledge Society. * Overcome the barriers to the development of Information Society. * Ensure Information and Knowledge society rights for citizens. * Foster the Knowledge-based economy * Promote the modernization of local public administrations through eGovernment.
http://www.telecities.org

Co-op & Development


EADI (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes)

*To generate and stimulate exchange of information between European scientists and researchers concerned with development issues. *To promote interdisciplinary studies on specific themes. *To develop contacts with researchers from other regions of the world.
http://www.eadi.org

Eurodad (European Network on Debt and Development)

* To improve the European and global policy context for development finance. * To enhance the capacity of civil society to influence policies in their countries. * To defend the right of elected representative bodies in the South.
http://www.eurodad.org/

Platform network (Network for youth activities in Europe)

* To strengthen the co-operation between regions and the young people in Europe. * To exchange knowledges, information, practices and experiences of youthwork and youthpolicy in Europe.
http://www.platformnet.org

Eurostep (European solidarity towards equal participation of people)

* To eradicate injustice and poverty in Europe and in the World. * To achieve peace and stability in the world. * To promote a stronger, more effective development policy within the European Union. * To promote a responsible European Union co-operation with developing countries.
http://www.eurostep.org

Telecommunications


Circom (European Association of Regional television)

* To examine Regional Television in Europe. * To bring together researchers and professionals from the mass media, to provide a unique forum for ideas and experience and a network for exchanging personnel. * To foster communication between members, * To make coproductions and encourage the exchange of regional programmes. * To improve vocational training of journalists. Support from the Council of Europe and the European Commission.
http://www.circom-regional.org

Metropolis (World Association of the Major Metropolises)

* To develop solutions to issues affecting large cities such as urban planning and development, economy, environment, transport, infrastructure and communications.
http://www.metropolis.org

Enlargement


ECAS (European Citizen Action Service)

* To strengthen the European Strategy of NGOs in member states and applicant countries of the EU. * To defend free movement rights and promote a more inclusive European citizenship. * To campaign for transparency and reform of the EU Institutions.
http://www.ecas.org

Economy - Finances


CEA_PME (European confederation of SME's associations)

* To provide assistance to SMEs wishing to build. a EU-financed project. * To be open doors for markets in Europe. * To represent the interests of SMEs towards legislation.
http://www.ceapme.org/html/en.php?page=home

ESBA (European Small Business alliance)

* Develop and maintain 'best practice' activities between SME's member organisations in different countries to help them in building stronger independent organisations. * Develop and maintain projects between SME's associations and other associate members which serve their mutual interests. * Maintain a package of services to individuals through the web which is complementary to the packages of benefits developed at national level by the SME's organisations.
http://www.esba-europe.org/

UEAPME (European association of craft small and medium-sized enterprizes)

* Support the idea of European construction and contributing to European co-operation. * Inform its members on all matters of European Union policy concerning crafts, trades and SMEs and informing EU Institutions about the needs and opinions of UEAPME members. * Represent the common interests of its members vis-à-vis the EU Institutions and other international organisations and associations of a public or private nature. * Support its members academically, technically and legally on all EU policy-related matters.
http://www.ueapme.com

YES FOR EUROPE (european confederation of young entrepreneurs)

* Promote entrepreneurial spirit in Europe. * Facilitate business activities of young entrepreneurs. * Participate to the simplification of the business environment of enterprises.
http://www.yes.be/

EWON (European Work Organisation Network)

* Strengthen European organisational R&D. * Identify and exchange good practice. * Promote co-operation. * Support lagging sectors and regions.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/employment_social/soc-dial/workorg/ewon/index_en.htm

SME Policy


CEA_PME (European confederation of SME's associations)

* To provide assistance to SMEs wishing to build. a EU-financed project. * To be open doors for markets in Europe. * To represent the interests of SMEs towards legislation.
http://www.ceapme.org/html/en.php?page=home

ESBA (European Small Business alliance)

* Develop and maintain 'best practice' activities between SME's member organisations in different countries to help them in building stronger independent organisations. * Develop and maintain projects between SME's associations and other associate members which serve their mutual interests. * Maintain a package of services to individuals through the web which is complementary to the packages of benefits developed at national level by the SME's organisations.
http://www.esba-europe.org/

UEAPME (European association of craft small and medium-sized enterprizes)

* Support the idea of European construction and contributing to European co-operation. * Inform its members on all matters of European Union policy concerning crafts, trades and SMEs and informing EU Institutions about the needs and opinions of UEAPME members. * Represent the common interests of its members vis-à-vis the EU Institutions and other international organisations and associations of a public or private nature. * Support its members academically, technically and legally on all EU policy-related matters.
http://www.ueapme.com

YES FOR EUROPE (european confederation of young entrepreneurs)

* Promote entrepreneurial spirit in Europe. * Facilitate business activities of young entrepreneurs. * Participate to the simplification of the business environment of enterprises.
http://www.yes.be/

Trade


BEUC (European Consumers' Organisation)

* To protect and promote the interests of European consumers
www.beuc.org

AEC (Association of European Consumers)

* AEC and its members aim to work together, in the interest of consumers focusing on social and environmental awareness. * Strengthen consumer influence in society and to gain recognition of the important role consumers play in choosing the direction of social and environmental development. * Ensure the diffusion of vital, objective information that can help consumers make informed, rational and responsible choices, thereby guiding society into an ethically principled, ecological sound and harmonious course of development. * Strengthen collaboration between European organisations in order to shares experiences and good practices.
http://consumer-aec.org

 

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