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Social Economy

16-05-2016

This study assesses the important role the social economy plays in the EU. Priority policies identified to reach its full potential include: 1) digital transformation of social economy, 2) enabling EU cross-sectorial regulatory and financial frameworks, and 3) improving definitions and developing indicators - alternatives to GDP - to focus policies on EU added-value. This document has been commissioned by Policy Department A on behalf of European Parliament´s Committee on the Internal Market and ...

This study assesses the important role the social economy plays in the EU. Priority policies identified to reach its full potential include: 1) digital transformation of social economy, 2) enabling EU cross-sectorial regulatory and financial frameworks, and 3) improving definitions and developing indicators - alternatives to GDP - to focus policies on EU added-value. This document has been commissioned by Policy Department A on behalf of European Parliament´s Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection.

Rules on political groups in the EP

19-06-2015

Members of the European Parliament may form political groups; these are not organised by nationality, but by political affiliation. At the start of the current parliamentary term there were seven political groups in the Parliament, as there were throughout the 2009-14 period. The formation of a new, eighth, political group, to be called Europe of Nations and Freedoms, has been announced recently. To form a political group, a minimum of 25 MEPs, elected from at least one quarter (currently seven ...

Members of the European Parliament may form political groups; these are not organised by nationality, but by political affiliation. At the start of the current parliamentary term there were seven political groups in the Parliament, as there were throughout the 2009-14 period. The formation of a new, eighth, political group, to be called Europe of Nations and Freedoms, has been announced recently. To form a political group, a minimum of 25 MEPs, elected from at least one quarter (currently seven) of the EU's Member States is required. Those Members (MEPs) who do not belong to any political group are known as 'non-attached' (non-inscrits) Members. Although the political groups play a very prominent role in Parliament's life, individual MEPs and/or several MEPs acting together also have many rights, including in respect of the exercise of oversight over other EU institutions, such as the Commission. However, belonging to a political group is of a particular relevance for the allocation of key positions in Parliament's political and organisational structures, such as committee and delegation chairs and rapporteurships on important dossiers. Moreover, political groups receive higher funding for their collective staff and parliamentary activities than the non-attached MEPs. Political-group funding is however to be distinguished from funding granted to European political parties and foundations, which, if they comply with the requirements to register as such, may apply for funding from the European Parliament if they are represented in Parliament by at least one Member. This briefing updates an earlier one of June 2014.

Political Parties and Political Foundations at European Level. Challenges and Opportunities

16-06-2014

This Report is a follow-up study on “How to create a transnational party system” (2010); it illustrates recent challenges and opportunities at EU level concerning the emergence of: i) transnational parties and a transnational party system; ii) constraints and opportunities for representative democracy. The main areas addressed in the report are: (a) voting coherence of the EP Party Groups after the Euro-crisis; (b) regulation of political parties at European level (PPELs); (c) role of political foundations ...

This Report is a follow-up study on “How to create a transnational party system” (2010); it illustrates recent challenges and opportunities at EU level concerning the emergence of: i) transnational parties and a transnational party system; ii) constraints and opportunities for representative democracy. The main areas addressed in the report are: (a) voting coherence of the EP Party Groups after the Euro-crisis; (b) regulation of political parties at European level (PPELs); (c) role of political foundations at European level (PFELs).

Išorės autorius

Luciano Bardi, Edoardo Bressanelli, Enrico Calossi, Lorenzo Cicchi, Wojciech Gagatek and Eugenio Pizzimenti

Statute for a European Foundation

27-06-2013

Public-benefit foundations make significant contributions to society in EU Member States (MS). In recent years many have expanded, to operate across borders. However, the lack of harmonised rules has caused problems of legal recognition in other MS and threatens to limit the potential value of the sector. The Commission has brought forward a proposal to tackle the issue.

Public-benefit foundations make significant contributions to society in EU Member States (MS). In recent years many have expanded, to operate across borders. However, the lack of harmonised rules has caused problems of legal recognition in other MS and threatens to limit the potential value of the sector. The Commission has brought forward a proposal to tackle the issue.

What are the Necessary Conditions for Effective Financial Control in Multi-Donor Foundations & Endowments, and What Examples of Best Practice in this Domain Can be Brought into the European Endowment for Democracy and EU?

15-03-2013

This study aims at defining the key best-practices regarding governance, internal and external controls and transparency that could be applied to the European Endowment Fund. The survey was conducted using a benchmark approach.

This study aims at defining the key best-practices regarding governance, internal and external controls and transparency that could be applied to the European Endowment Fund. The survey was conducted using a benchmark approach.

Išorės autorius

Ernst & Young et Associés (Paris, France)

European Institute of Peace: Costs, Benefits and Options

05-03-2013

Financial appraisal note requested by the Committee for Foreign Affairs (AFET) on the European Commission's report “European Institute of Peace: costs, benefits and options". The note provides a representation of the possible costs of establishing a European Institute for Peace under the legal forms of an association, a foundation or an international organization. This entails, in broad terms: costs of establishment and operations, possible funding route, risks and uncertainties of the various ...

Financial appraisal note requested by the Committee for Foreign Affairs (AFET) on the European Commission's report “European Institute of Peace: costs, benefits and options". The note provides a representation of the possible costs of establishing a European Institute for Peace under the legal forms of an association, a foundation or an international organization. This entails, in broad terms: costs of establishment and operations, possible funding route, risks and uncertainties of the various options. Cost-benefit conclusions are drawn from the quantification analysis.

Išorės autorius

Huib Poot, Max vanderSleen, Ferry Philipsen and Achim Vogt

A Statute for European Foundations

21-11-2012

Public-benefit foundations play an important role in many facets of society across the EU as well as having significant economic value. They have grown in number considerably in recent years, with many wishing to maximise private-sector support through operating in more than one Member State. Differences in legal and fiscal practices and a heavy administrative burden have however frustrated this aim. In February, the Commission published a proposal for a Statute for a European Foundation. Its aim ...

Public-benefit foundations play an important role in many facets of society across the EU as well as having significant economic value. They have grown in number considerably in recent years, with many wishing to maximise private-sector support through operating in more than one Member State. Differences in legal and fiscal practices and a heavy administrative burden have however frustrated this aim. In February, the Commission published a proposal for a Statute for a European Foundation. Its aim is to reduce costs and uncertainty and to boost foundations' profiles and funding potential via a "European label".

European Political Foundations: Prospects and Objectives

14-11-2007

Išorės autorius

Andreas Maurer, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) Christine Boon-Falleur, Head of Unit, European Commission Robert Ladrech, Keele University, UK Mathias Jopp, Institut für Europäische Politik, Berlin

Political Foundations in Selected Member States of the European Union : Structures, Budgets and Activities

15-06-2007

The following survey provides a short overview of the legal form and the activities of political foundations in those Member States of the European Union where such bodies or similar organisations exist. Particular attention is given to their financial resources, legal status, range of activities and the form of their relationships with political parties.

The following survey provides a short overview of the legal form and the activities of political foundations in those Member States of the European Union where such bodies or similar organisations exist. Particular attention is given to their financial resources, legal status, range of activities and the form of their relationships with political parties.

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