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 welcomes the renewed Better Regulation agenda as a right step toward more transparent EU decision-making
The Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP) is deeply committed to the highest standards of policy-making. Its vision is to advance the European affairs profession to contribute to ever better policy outcomes, by promoting transparency and openness in EU decision-making. SEAP welcomes today’s release of a renewed Better Regulation agenda. …
- Central and Eastern European Government Relations Forum
Dear Members, We are pleased to invite you to join Central and Eastern European Government Relations Forum (ceegrforum.com), a two-day virtual conference on March 18-19 for public affairs and government relations professionals. It includes a series of online panels, keynotes, presentations, GR Case Awards, and other activities for advancing …
- SEAP Open Letter to the Institutions on the ongoing transparency register negotiations
Following the sixth political meeting held on 24 November by the Parliament, Council and Commission negotiators, SEAP is reaching out to the institutions once again to advocate for a stronger stance on transparency. Read our letter below: SEAP OPEN LETTER
- SEAP Updated Position Paper on the Inter-Institutional Agreement establishing a mandatory transparency register
BACKGROUND: A joint European Parliament and European Commission Transparency Register was launched on 23 June 2011. It has been the subject of annual reports. The joint secretariat has issued guidelines and since the start of 2013 an inter-institutional high-level working group has been conducting a review. On 28 September …
- Emma Brown joins SEAP as a new board member
SEAP’s has a new addition. Emma Brown is taking up a board position until the end of the present mandate. The current board would like to welcome Emma to the team and thank the acceptance of the invitation to join us. We hope to develop the work of SEAP together …
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