What is SEAP?
SEAP is the Society of European Affairs Professionals established in 1997. It is the recognised organisation of all EU public affairs professionals including those operating in trade associations, corporations, consultancies and other representative bodies. SEAP encourages the highest standards of professionalism for European affairs activity and promotes self-regulation of the profession.
Code of Conduct
SEAP adopted a Code of Conduct in 1997. Since then the Code has been revised and strengthened a number of times and now, through the introduction of a procedure for non-compliance, is an accountable and credible tool for the regulation of the industry. All SEAP members are bound to this code.
- SEAP & ecpa 2.0 talk about “What’s new on the European Parliament’s agenda?”
The event was kindly hosted by The UK Law Societies Brussels Office and focused on the issues that are at the heart of the political agenda of the recently formed Parliament.
- SEAP welcomes Mark Libby, Deputy Chief of US Mission
- SEAP AGM discusses new strategy… new times ahead
See the pictures here
- SEAP says…
‘Despite nearly three years of negotiation, the EU institutions fail to agree an improvement in transparency. EU voters cannot be impressed by the blame game and the sheer unwillingness to reach a compromised standard. If the EU institutions cannot find a way in the last waning days of this Parliament …
- SEAP calls on European Institutions to bring the negotiations on a mandatory lobby register to a successful conclusion
Together with Transparency International EU and the European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association (EPACA), SEAP has addressed a joint open letter expressing their concern regarding the state of the ongoing negotiations for an Interinstitutional Agreement on a mandatory Transparency Register. Read the full letter here.
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