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Dal kazako Nazarbayev al bengalese Hamid. Si puliscono l'immagine. Pagando società di lobbying con sede in Ue. Il Corporate Observatory: «Una vergogna».

more: http://www.lettera43.it/esclusive/lobby-cosi-i-regimi-repressivi-si-rifa...

Corporate Europe Observatory, a Brussels based think-tank released an enlightening research report this week entitled “Spin doctors to the autocrats: how European PR firms whitewash repressive regimes.” It reveals how often the PR industry faces ethical challenges with big money being dangled in front of us to represent controversial interests.

Juncker’s new lobbying rules: short of what is actually needed to increase transparency? Video by viEUws.eu featuring statements by Olivier Hoedeman, research and campaign coordinator at Corporate Europe Observatory. http://vimeo.com/117787660

Only three months after the Barroso II Commission left office, some prominent members have already made moves in their professional careers which are putting to test the EU executive’s policy on revolving doors, writes Vicky Cann.

Vicky Cann is a campaigner at the Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), a Brussels-based non-governmental organisation, which runs the RevolvingDoorWatch project. 

 

Polluters in Peru blog

Trade Policy adviser has unmistakeably corporate background.
There are daily meetings between the financial lobby and the Commission, and they’re mainly about issues crucial to society at large. Despite this, the public is only able to access piecemeal information on what is discussed, and even then with unacceptable delays. Given the huge impact the financial sector has had on society, keeping this lobbying behind closed doors is deeply problematic. Transparency reform is needed.
Multi-sectoral civil society coalition calls for greater protections for consumers, journalists, whistleblowers, researchers and workers.
NGOs have today responded to the Commission's reply to the European Ombudsman's recommendations on how to better handle revolving door cases within the Commission. In particular, they echo the demand for more transparency.

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