Corporate Europe Observatory

Exposing the power of corporate lobbying in the EU

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There are several ways to get involved in our work here at Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO).

Lobby tour on the TTIP
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Corporate Europe Observatory is involved in a range of actions, e-actions, conferences and other events. Check the upcoming events to find out more and join us!

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Our independence is vitally important to our work, which is why CEO doesn’t accept any funding from the EU, governments or companies. We rely on grants and donations from engaged individuals. Please consider making a donation to support our work. Your funds, big or small, can help us increase our work exposing lobbying scandals and boost our campaigning against the capture of EU policy-making by big business.

Guided tours

When the rainy weather in Brussels allows it, CEO organises guided lobby tours of the EU quarter. We walk visitors around key lobby landmarks in the capital and explain how corporations manage to influence the EU institutions. Lobby tour dates are announced in our newsletter, on social media and in our events section. Tours for groups can also sometimes be arranged – contact us (ceo@corporateeurope.org) with the details (group size, profile, preferred language and possible dates) and we will get back to you.

Tips

If you have some information you want to share with us, you can write to ceo@corporateeurope.org.

 

 
There has never been a more important time to ensure that the EU's top decision-makers are free from possible conflicts of interest.
The position of Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission is problematic, concentrating too much influence in one person and undermining other Commission research and assessment processes. We ask Mr Juncker, the new President of the European Commission, to scrap the position.
David Cameron's nomination of a revolving door ex-lobbyist, Jonathan Hopkin Hill, as EU commissioner is bad news for Jean-Claude Juncker's newly-stated commitment to lobby transparency.
Do you wonder which businesses are pushing most for the proposed EU-US trade deal TTIP? Or where they come from? And who has most access to EU negotiators? CEO’s at-a-glance info-graphics shine a light on the corporate lobby behind the TTIP talks.

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